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Research within medicine, materials and food
Synthetic biology strives to achieve robust control of biological processes in order to create designer organisms for a variety of industrial, diagnostic, and therapeutic applications. Researchers at the iNANO center of Aarhus University have developed RNA origami sponges and CRISPR-based regulators for advanced genetic control of enzymatic pathways in microorganisms to create a cheaper and more sustainable production of valuable biochemicals.
Professor Troels Skrydstrup is chosen as this month's researcher by the Carlsberg Foundation where journalist Nynne Bjerre Christensen is the host. Listen to and read about how Skrydstrup and his research group is work on breaking down and reusing otherwise 'non-recyclable' plastic types used for wind turbine blades. (In Danish)
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.
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mRNA therapeutics for treatment of liver fibrosis
Engineering conditional Cas12a guide RNAs
Gels in Biomedicine: Controlling Structure to Improve Performance
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.