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2014.04.10 | Research News

Jens Bomholdt Ravnsbæk/AU mentioned in C&EN

Senior assistant researcher Jens Bomholdt Ravnsbæk, iNANO, has had his work from MIT featured in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), an American Chemical Society publication.  The article in C&EN Ball Mill Grinds Monomers Into Polymer describes a new method to make conductive polymers that is faster, easier and more environmentally…

2014.04.03 | People

Professor Flemming Besenbacher appointed member of InnovationsFonden - Denmark

Last week, Danish Minister for Higher Education and Science Sofie Carsten Jensen appointed the nine members of the Board who will head the InnovationsFonden - Denmark from 1 April. Professor and chairman of the Carlsberg Foundation Flemming Besenbacher has been appointed member of the Board. Background  InnovationsFonden was established on 1…

2014.04.03 | Talent development

Honorable Mention to Vicki Nue

PhD student Vickie Nue received an honorable mention for her poster entitled "Maghemite nanoparticle formation under the influence of mussel-inspired additives" at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials which was hel 26-28 March 2014. Vicki Nue is enrolled in iNANOschool with associate professor Henrik…

2014.03.28 | Talent development

iNANO PhD Student Benjamin Wohl Wins Poster Award

PhD student Benjamin Wohl of the research group of Associate Professor Alexander Zilikin won a poster award at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials which was held 26-28 March 2014 here at iNANO. Benjamin's poster “Structure-function relationship of antiviral polymer therapeutics” was awarded the 1st prize…

2014.03.25 | Talent development

iNANO PhD Student Hanna Leemreize Wins Poster Award

PhD student Hanna Leemreize of the group of Henrik Birkedal has won a poster award at the Euro Bio-Inspired 2014 conference which was held 18-21 March 2014 in Potsdam, Germany. Hanna’s poster “Probing heterogeneous materials using diffraction tomography” was awarded the 1st prize of the conference.

2014.03.11 | Talent development, People , Awards

iNANO researcher receives award for excellent international collaboration from the Strategic Research Council.

Dorthe B. Ravnsbæk receives the Strategic Research Council’s award for excellent international research corporation. The award is given to Dorthe on the basis of her PhD work on materials for hydrogen storage in Torben R. Jensen’s research group. The council’s motivation for the award states e.g.: “At an early stage of her research career, Dorthe…

Post Doc Dang Quang Svend Le

2014.02.27 | Awards, People , Research news, Talent development

iNANO Post Doc receives innovation award from the Strategic Research Counsil

Post.doc Dang Quang Svend Le, from Jørgen Kjems’ research group, has been selected winner in the category strategic research with a particularly great innovation potential.

2014.02.27 | Research news, People

RESEARCHERS PRINT IMPLANTS FOR THE BODY

Age-related damages in the locomotor system have taken the lead as the fastest-growing health problem in the European population. The doctors have limited possibilities of eliminating the pains and discomfort that many patients feel. But now the researchers are a step closer to finding a new treatment method that catches attention far beyond the…

Correlation between electrochemical and ThT fluorescence analysis  during different phases of the alpha-synuclein fibrillation process. The two extreme areas correspond to monomer (0h) and fibrillated states (40-80h) of the protein.

2014.02.20 | Research news

ELECTROCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE FIBRILLATION OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE α-SYNUCLEIN

Amyloid formation of proteins and peptides play a crucial role in many diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Diabetes and Parkinson’s disease. This makes amyloid formation a research field of high importance although it is not yet fully understood. Hence the development of fast and reliable characterization methods for real-time monitoring of protein…

Euprosthenops australis belongs to the family of nursery-web spiders (Colourbox.com)
A schematic of the suggested dimer formation. (Figure by Daniel Otzen)

2014.02.13 | Research news, People

Prof. Daniel Otzen publishes in Nature Communications

Prof. Daniel Otzen (who recently received the Eliteforsk award) is part of an international research group that recently has uncovered one of the key steps towards fully understanding how spider silk is formed. They have examined the silk from the funnel-web spider Euprosthenops australis (see picture) on a molecular level. Previously it was…

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