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With a grant of DKK 15 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Thomas Vosegaard (Professor and iNANO Director) and co-applicants will be able to upgrade Northern Europe’s most powerful NMR instrument, and the existing hardware will be reused for a sustainable upgrade of other in-house NMR instruments. Additionally, the grant makes it possible to waive a number of external user access fees to the facilities.
Prof. Niels Christian Nielsen and Prof. Henrik Birkedal from Department of Chemistry and iNANO each receive a Villum Synergy grant for their data-driven interdisciplinary research projects. Their research projects are based on data science within optimizing sensitivity in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and improving the analysis of 3D imaging data, respectively.
Seven researchers from Faculty of Natural Sciences receive funding from the VILLUM Experiment Programme (The VILLUM Foundation). Four of these researchers are iNANO members who thereby get the opportunity to explore projects that do not fit into the traditional boxes for research funding. Congratulations to Mingdong Dong, Gabriel Antonio Minero, Georgios Pothoulakis, and Tobias Weidner.
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Evaluation of nanoporous materials for applications in hydrogen storage
PhD student Xuya Xiong, iNANO
Dynamic Structural Biology Driven By High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy
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iNANO Visiting Service is for primary and secondary school pupils to whom we offer a series of exciting academic activities relevant to the Nanoscience studies.