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Professor Troels Skrydstrup, iNANO & Department of Chemistry,  & assistent professor Anders Lindhardt, iNANO & Department of Engineering, Aarhus University

2016.04.13 | Research News

Highly cited paper in JACS

A paper from the group of Troels Skrydstrup along with Anders Lindhardt has been upgraded to a "highly cited paper"

Associate professor Brigitte Städler

2016.03.15 | Research news

Innovation Foundation Denmark Grant for Obesity Research

Overweight and obesity is an increasing problem affecting large parts of the world's population.

2016.03.14 | Research news

Wind Turbine Blades Must be Recycleable

The biggest hurdle in recycling all parts of a wind turbine is the composit materials in the blades.

Professor Kim Daasbjerg

2016.03.14 | Research news

Molecular Glue to Adhere Rubber and Metal

A new research project is to develop a molecular glue which can bind rubber and metal in an almost unbreakable chemical adherence. RadiSurf ApS and AVK GUMMI A/S join forces with Kim Daasbjerg, who will head the project. Innovation Fund Denmark supports the project with 8,8 million DKK. Read more at SciTech

2016.03.11 | Workshop

Innovation Fund Denmark Grand Solutions - Workshop and feed back by ST

Grand Solutions cover ideas very early in development to proof-of concept to near commercialization.

Associate professor Henrik Birkedal

2016.03.09 | Research news

Novo Nordisk Grant for Henrik Birkedal

  Henrik Birkedal has received a grant of 1 million DKK from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for the project “Osteoarthritis: new clues to an enigma from sub-micron resolution X-ray imaging techniques”.

Mie Birkbak

2016.03.09 | Awards

Poster Prize for Mie E. Birkbak

  PhD student Mie Birkbak from the group of Henrik Birkedal won the 2nd prize for her poster “Element Distribution in Bone Mapped in 3D by sub 100 nm Fluorescence Tomography” at the Euro Bio-inspired 2016 conference, 22-25 February, 2016 in Postdam, Germany.

Bjarke Svane Boysen

2016.03.09 | Awards

Poster Prize to Bjarke Svane Boysen

  Nanoscience student Bjarke Svane Boysen from the group of Henrik Birkedal won a prize for his poster “Heterogeneous load distributions in cortical bone revealed by diffraction tomography” at theXV DESY Research Course 2016 – Soft Matter in the Light of Modern X-ray Sources, Hamburg, Germany.

Ebbe Sloth Andersen, asst. prof. at iNANO and the Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics
The image shows one of the stages in an RNA origami, RNA-polymerase triggers the folding of the nanostructure encoded in the DNA. When the nanostructures have formed, they organise themselves into a hexagonal crystal. Illustration: Cody Geary.

2016.03.02 | Research News

Grant for RNA Origami Research

Asst. prof. Ebbe Sloth Andersen aims to take biological nanostructure research into a new phase in the field of synthetic biology – a field which may ultimately have enormous significance for the medicine, energy, food and agriculture of the future.

2016.02.10 | Internal news

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