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Professors Jeppe Vang Lauritsen, Duncan Sutherland, and Professor Mogens Christensen each receive a share of DFF millions for green research ideas. (Illustr.: Colourbox)

2021.10.15 | iNano

3 iNANO researchers receive a share of green DFF millions

iNANO employees, Professors Jeppe Vang Lauritsen and Duncan Sutherland, and iNANO member, Professor Mogens Christensen, receive fundings from the Independent Research Fund Denmark. The researchers will study electrocatalytic hydrogen production, materials for building solar-thermal management, and compaction of Magnets, respectively.

The Danish Center for Ultrahigh Field NMR Spectroscopy at Aarhus University, with Professor Thomas Vosegaard in the front, is part of an EU funded 4-year and €5 million project. The aim is to integrate seven national infrastructures across Europe and provide efficient access to infrastructures in solid-state NMR available worldwide. (Photo: Maria Randima, AU Photo)

2021.10.12 | iNano

NMR Center part of new EU project: providing worldwide access to infrastructures in solid-state NMR

The use of solid-state NMR spectroscopy is pivotal in enabling the characterisation of structure and dynamics at the atomic-level. These methods rely on access to sophisticated and costly solid-state NMR equipment that is only available in few national facilities. The Danish Center for Ultrahigh Field NMR Spectroscopy at Aarhus University, with…

Professor Birgit Schiøtt. (Photo by Lars Kruse AU Photo)

2021.10.07 | iNano

New study capture sugar transport fundamental to plants

In a collaborative effort with Professor Birgit Schiøtt (iNANO member) and her research group, the researchers also used state-of-the-art Molecular Dynamics simulations to support the notion of proton binding employing multiple independent approaches.

Skrydstrup group, part of the RePURpose project, develops effective method for deconstruction of polyurethane (PU) by using a catalyst based on Manganese, an earth-abundant metal. (Illustr.: ChemSusChem, Sep 12, 2021)
The new method for recycling polyurethane (PU) is based on a first row transition metal catalyst, a green and cheap base, and a green solvent. (Illustr.: Lise R. L. Pedersen)

2021.10.01 | iNano

Effective deconstruction of PU by catalyst based on earth-abundant metal

Polyurethane (PU) is a widely used material in a countless number of everyday products as well as more sophisticated objects like aircrafts. Unfortunately, there are very few methods to reuse or recycle PU and when recycled, the product often loses its original properties. Researchers at Aarhus University are working tirelessly on establishing a…

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