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2013.01.08 | Events, News type

9th Aarhus Winter Meeting - Trends in Modern Chemistry

The 9th Winter Meeting will be held on 25th January 2013 at the Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University Venue: Aud-I and lobby area of the Dept. of Chemistry, Langelandsgade 140, DK-8000 Aarhus C Programme Sign-up through webshop link here Local organizers: Jørgen Skibsted - jskib@chem.au.dk Bo Brummerstedt Iversen - bo@chem.au.dk

The lizard tail showing where the pre-formed "scrore lines" are found (Photo: Jan Enghild)

2012.12.22 | Research news

LIZARD TAILS DETACH AT A BIOLOGICAL 'DOTTED LINE'

Advanced bio-imaging reveals pre-formed score lines where gecko tails detach.

2012.12.21 | Awards, imported:inano.au.dk:6:Awards

Double prize to two iNANOschool PhD students

Marie Krogsgaard won the prize for best oral presentation while Mie Birkbak won the prize for best poster presentation at 3rd BSRT PhD Symposium ”The Show of Regeneration” held December 5-7 2012 at the  Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies. Both students work in the group of Henrik Birkedal.

2012.12.18 | imported:inano.au.dk:5:Grants, Research news, imported:inano.au.dk:11:TEKNOLOGI, imported:inano.au.dk:10:FORSKNING

Grant for Clean-Air-Technologies by development of new catalysts

The Strategic Research Council, Program Committee for Sustainable Energy and Environment has granted 15 mio DKK to project headed by iNANO researchers

2012.12.17 | imported:inano.au.dk:5:Grants, Research news, imported:inano.au.dk:10:FORSKNING, imported:inano.au.dk:3:Miscellaneous

One platform and one project from the advanced technology foundation headed by iNANO researchers

A graphene platform and a photonics project have been granted, totaling 39 mio DKK in funding

2012.12.06 | Research news, Awards

CABLE BACTERIA ARE A HIT

Nature’s electrical bacteria were in the running when the Danish Research Result of the Year 2012 was selected by readers of videnskab.dk

2012.11.30 | Research news

Prof. Kurt Gothelf publishes Perspective Article in Science

Prof Kurt Gothelf (iNANO, CDNA and Dep. Of Chemistry) publishes a perspective entitled LEGO-like DNA Structures, in this weeks Science. Here Prof. Gothelf comments on an article by Ke et al. on page1183 of this weeks issue. Here the authors describe how the construction of arbitrary and discrete three-dimensional DNA structures  happens by…

2012.11.30 | Awards

Former iNANO scientist Dr. Dorthe Ravnsbæk receives Danish Academy of Science’s PhD award 2012

Dr. Dorthe Ravnsbæk receives the award for her PhD thesis entitled “Synthesis, structure and properties of novel metal borohydrides”. The research was conducted at the Center for Materials Crystallography at iNANO and the Department of Chemistry under the supervision of Associate Professor Torben R. Jensen and Professor Flemming…

2012.11.29 | Awards

iNANO PhD Student Louis Nilsson receives FACCA & BCG Award

Louis Nilsson has recently been awarded the Finance and Consulting Club Aarhus (FACCA) & The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) award. This special award is dedicated to honour and reward an outstanding member of FACCA. The recipient of this award is a person who demonstrates a strong desire to excel, ability to perform, and commitment to…

Protein researcher Frans Mulder, standing inside the backscattering spectrometer IN16 at the Institut Laue Langevin prior to one of the experiments together with his collaborators in Grenoble. Grenoble holds a bright neutron source from a nuclear reactor, suitable for the study of biological material. The sample is placed below the large orange cryostat, and neutrons come in from the left side of the picture, are scattered by the sample to the plates in the back, and back-scattered to a detector near the sample. Obviously no person is allowed in this chamber during the experiment, and all researchers at the site are continuously monitored for radioactive exposure. After the experiments the samples are held in quarantine until they are safe to handle.
Figure: Specifically labeled samples used in this study along with the measured protein dynamics data.  Top: The proteins were completely deuterated (Grey) with specific groups hydrogenated (Colour).  Bottom: On the left, methyl group dynamics (atomic mean square displacement) in the protein interior is probed. On the right, solvent accessible lysine side chain dynamics is probed.  In each case data for dry (filled symbols) and hydrated (empty symbols) protein samples was compared.

2012.11.29 | Research news

Protein Surface and Core Dynamics Show Concerted Hydration-Dependent Activation

An international and interdisciplinary effort led by Dr. Frans Mulder, Associate Professor at the Department of Chemistry and iNANO and Dr. Martin Weik at the Insitut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble, has provided new insight into the dynamical behavior of protein molecules. Their research article entitled "Protein Surface and Core Dynamics Show…

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