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Poul Nissen receives DKK 40 million (USD 6 million) from the Lundbeck Foundation's professor programme to conduct ground-breaking brain research. Photo: Lisbeth Heilesen

2019.12.10 | iNano

Poul Nissen receives the Lundbeck Foundation's professor grant

The Lundbeck Foundation is awarding grants worth DKK 232 million (USD 34 million) to six leading neuroscientists. The LF Professorships programme is the Foundation’s largest grant allocation to date.

CADIAC researchers highlights important recent discovery published in Nature.

2019.12.05 | CADIAC

Molecular catalysts with great prospects for use in converting CO2

Assist. Prof. Xinming Hu and Prof. Kim Daasbjerg from Carbon Dioxide Axtivation Center (CADIAC) at Aarhus University describe the state-of-the-art of the electrochemical CO2 reduction promoted by molecular catalysts and discuss an important recent discovery published in Nature. Read the Nature News & Views article by Hu and Daasbjerg here.

iNANO researchers, Line Debois Frejlev Nielsen (middle) and Malthe Hansen-Bruhn (left), won the Bioinnovation Institute (BII) Acceleration Award at BII DemoDAY 2019. Jens Nielsen (right) is Chief Executive Officer at BII. (Photo: Esben Zøllner Olesen)

2019.11.29 | iNano

iNANO researchers honored with business acceleration award

The discovery of a unique technology to detect small molecules in blood, and the potential of being able to secure a more correct and safe treatment of certain patients, led iNANO researchers to establish the startup company, MedicQuant. The team behind the company has just won the Bioinnovation Institute (BII) Acceleration Award.

Carlsberg Foundation awards A total of DKK 11,7 million to researchers currently and formerly affiliated with iNANO. (Image by Carlsberg Foundation)

2019.11.28 | iNano

6 current and former iNANO researchers receive grants from the Carlsberg Foundation

A total of DKK 11,7 million have been awarded by the Carlsberg Foundation to researchers currently or formerly affiliated with Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO) at Aarhus University.

Nina Kølln Wittig, receives award for best oral presentation at the conference ”Bioinspired Materials: from understanding, through processing, to replication”. (Private photo by courtesy of Nina Kølln Wittig)
Award for best oral presentation to PhD student Nina Kølln Wittig at, October 2019.(Private photo by courtesy of Nina Kølln Wittig)

2019.11.20 | iNano

Award for best oral presentation to Nina Wittig Kølln

PhD student in Associate Professor Henrik Birkedals research group, Nina Kølln Wittig, receives award for best oral presentation at the conference ”Bioinspired Materials: from understanding, through processing, to replication”.

Events

Wed 11 Dec
10:15-12:15 | 1514-213 Aud-I, Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University
PhD defense: Industrial surface polymerization for the fabrication of next-generation nanocoatings for industrial applications
PhD student Stefan Urth Nielsen, iNANO
Fri 13 Dec
10:15-12:15 | 1590-213, iNANO, Aarhus University, Gustav Wieds Vej 14, 8000 Aarhus C
Qualifying exam: Unravelling the effects of submicron scale topography and surface chemistry on osteogenic differentiation and mineralization
PhD student Christian Thorup Karlsson, iNANO
Wed 18 Dec
12:00-14:30 | Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B, DK-8000 Aarhus C
Villum Investigator Celebration
On December 18, Aarhus University invites you to celebrate our five new VILLUM Investigators, including Professor Bo Brummerstedt Iversen, who in total have received DKK 185.3 million from VILLUM FONDEN.
Wed 08 Jan
13:15-15:15 | Building 1593, room 012, iNANO Auditorium, Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), Aarhus University
PhD defense: Simulations of the interactions between amylin and cell membranes – a mechanism in Type-II Diabetes
PhD student Mikkel Hovden Christensen, iNANO