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Professor Jørgen Kjems takes over the leadership at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Centre (iNANO). (Photo: AU)

2013.12.20 | Administrative conditions


On 1 January 2014, Professor Jørgen Kjems takes over the leadership at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Centre (iNANO) from Professor Troels Skrydstrup, who has decided to step down from his position as interim director.

Boon Mian teo

2013.12.20 | Talent development

iNANO Post Doc receives DFF and Sapere Aude grant

Post Doc Boon Mian Teo, from Brigitte Stadlers group has recently been awarded with the DFF individual Post Doc grant and the Sapere Aude grant.  In the field of nanomedicine, the current diagnostic imaging techniques can be limited due to a lack of specificity and the ability to accurately predict diseases in the early stages. Boon mian Teo's…

2013.12.19 | Research news

iNANO researchers receive 8 Mio. DKK from The Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation

Assoc. Prof. Rikke Louise Meyer (iNANO), Assoc. Prof. Duncan Sutherland (iNANO), Assistant Prof. Joseph Iruthayaraj (Department of Engineering), and Prof. Kim Daasbjerg (iNANO & Dept. of Chemistry) have recently received 8 Mio. DKK to conduct a joint research project on antifouling surfaces. The aim is to develop better and more energy efficient…

Polished Si-Wafer

2013.12.19 | Research news

Prof. Arne Nylandsted receives 5-year grant from the Strategic Research Council.

The project “Semiconductor materials for power electronics – SEMPEL” has received a 5-year grant of 23.7 Mkr from the Strategic Research Council. The project aims at developing new Si/GaN ma­terials with highly advanced and well-controlled functionalization with respect to doping, de­fects, and spatial profiles. Components fabricated on optimized…

PhD Student Hanna Leemreize

2013.12.18 | Research news, Awards

Work from the group of Henrik Birkedal highlighted by the Advanced Photon Source.

The work, first authored by iNANOSchool PhD Student Hanna Leemreize was published in Journal of the Royal Society Interface (Hanna Leemreize, Jonathan D. Almer, Stuart R. Stock, and Henrik Birkedal, “Three-dimensional distribution of polymorphs and magnesium in a calcified underwater attachment system by diffraction tomography,” J.R. Soc.…

In collaboration with research groups in Japan and the USA, Danish scientists have shown that the milk protein osteopontin can slow down the development of liver injury caused by alcohol abuse. From left: Esben Skipper Sørensen and Brian Christensen, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University (Photo: Lisbeth Heilesen)

2013.12.16 | Research news


Collaboration between Danish, Japanese and American researchers has shown that the milk protein osteopontin can slow down the development of liver injury caused by alcohol abuse.

2013.12.12 | Talent development, People

PhD student featured in local news paper

Katrine Kirkeby Skeby, PhD student in Prof. Birgit Schiøtts group has been portrayed in the local news paper, Århus Stiftstidende following her cover-story in the scientific journal JACS. The portrait is in Danish only.

2013.12.04 | Talent development

PhD Student Marie Krogsgaard featured in popular science articles

PhD Student Marie Krogsgaard from Assoc. Prof. Henrik Birkedals group, has been interviewed by and ForskerForum. The article focuses on Marie Krogsgaard exciting project about the attempts to mimick blue mussel glue. The article can be seen here, and you can read more about Henrik Birkedals research in the…

Torben R. Jensen

2013.12.03 | Research news

International ECOSTORE project: four million euro for research into energy storage using hydrogen and batteries

The ECOSTORE project is now commencing with several European and Japanese Institutes and companies as participating and with four million euro of funding from the European Commission. In the course of this four year project, novel materials based on new types of boron and nitrogen compounds, will be investigated for hydrogen storage and batteries.…

2013.12.02 | Research news


The first step has been taken towards developing a nanorobot that – in the long run – will enable the targeted transport of medications in the body.

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