2022.10.17 | iNANO
New group members!
We welcome Anastasiia Sadetskaia and Adrian Rodriguez-Palomo to the group. Anastasiia starts as PhD student and will work on the structure of bone while Adrian is a postdoc and will work on narwhal tusk structure.
2022.09.15 | iNANO
Villum Synergy grants for data-driven projects at Aarhus University
Henrik Birkedal receives a Villum Synergy grant for data-driven interdisciplinary research to improve the analysis of 3D imaging data.
2022.09.01 | LinkedIn
Henrik Birkedal is Septermber's 'Researcher in Focus'
Our group leader Henrik Birkedal is this month's 'Researcher in Focus' on Department of Chemistry's LinkedIn. Watch the interview to hear about our research in biological and bio-inspired materials!
2022.06.28 | SDC
The most powerful punch in the natural world
In this feature by the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research you can read about group member Thorbjørn Erik Køppen Christensen's research on the mantis shrimp, an extraordinary animal that uses its dactyl hammer to punch mussels and crabs with the force of a .22 calibre rifle.
2022.06.20 | iNANO
Group member Erik H. L. Jacobsen obtains his master's degree
Congratulations to Erik who has obtained his master's degree in nanoscience after conducting a beautiful project in our group on the nanostructure of bone using advanced synchrotron imaging techniques.
2022.05.10 | Acta Crystallographica Section B
Spatial variation across length scales
Check out our new publication in Acta Crystallographica Section B reviewing bone hierarchical structure and how to study its spatial variation across length scales.
2022.05.10 | Chemical Communications
Marrying of catechols and enzyme mimetic polymers
Check out our new publication in Chemical Communications on self-forming double-crosslinked hydrogels by the marriage of catechols and enzyme mimetic polymers.
2021.12.08 | MAX-IV
First general user experiment at the Danish beamline DanMAX
Group members Thorbjørn Erik Køppen Christensen and Peter Alling Vibe as well as AXIA manager Nina K. Wittig have travelled to Lund in Sweden to conduct scanning X-ray scattering and fluorescence experiments to elucidate the mantis shrimp hammer structure at the DanMAX materials science beamline at the MAX-IV Laboratory.
2021.10.15 | SDU
Master student Christian Lund Rasmussen wins poster prize at this year's IGSS
Congratulations to group member and master student Christian Lund Rasmussen for winning a poster prize at the Inorganic Graduate Student Seminar held at SDU October 15.
2021.10.9 | DTU
PhD student Thorbjørn Erik Køppen Christensen wins poster prize at this year's DanScatt meeting
Congratulations to group member and PhD student Thorbjørn Erik Køppen Christensen for winning a poster prize at annual DanScatt Meeting 2021 held at DTU October 8-9.
2021.08.27 | Fuglsang Manor
PhD student Maja Østergaard wins prize for best CINEMAX project
Congratulations to group member and PhD student Maja Østergaard for winning the prize for best project with her team at the CINEMAX PhD course on high-resolution tomography analysis held at Fuglsang Manor August 23-27.
2021.06.14 | iNANO
First measurements on new AXIA X-ray microscope
A state-of-the-art X-ray microscope capable of sub-micrometer 3D resolution has been installed at iNANO as part of AXIA and first measurements are promising! AXIA is a new research infrastructure aimed at multi-scale X-ray imaging of bone and other complex materials spearheaded by Henrik Birkedal.
2021.01.05 | iNANO
Interview with Henrik Birkedal on green bioinspired adhesives
Henrik Birkedal was interviewed to Danish national newspaper Politiken 2021/01/05 on his group's involvement in the development of mussel inspired leather adhesives, which occurs in a MUDP project funded by the Ministry of Environment of Denmark.
2020.12.17 | iNANO
New grant to study Narwhal tusks
We have been awarded 14,359,011 NOK to study narwhal tusks in a NordForsk interdisciplinary project “Narwhal tusks: a tale with a twist”. The project is a Scandinavian collaboration with the groups of Marianne Liebi (Charlmers University of Technology, Sweden) and Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen (Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, Greenland)