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Staff, faculty, colleagues, students, and alumni are invited to celebrate with us on June 2-3, 2022.
Are you a future Nanoscience student?
Research within medicine, materials and food
Through hard work and team effort, one man's seminal vision twenty years ago became the first interdisciplinary research centre at Aarhus University in 2002: iNANO. Twenty years later, the centre has paved the way for a rapidly developing discipline, and interdisciplinary collaboration that has spread throughout the world.
Congratulations to iNANO researchers: Rikke Meyer, Brigitte Stadler, Jørgen Kjems, Ken Howard, Niels Christian Nielsen, Birgitta R. Knudsen, and Magnus Kjærgaard. They have each received approx. DKK 2.9 million from Independent Research Fund Denmark for research in e.g. 3D printing of soft robotic frogs, immunotherapy with albumin as a scaffold for therapeutic proteins connected via DNA arms, and the role of specific extracellular DNA in the resistance of biofilm.
Fuel from liquid hydrocarbons as we know them, but made completely without the use of fossil resources. This is the goal of a new project partnered by AU researcher, in which the Innovation Fund Denmark has just invested DKK 26.7 million.
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PhD student Jonas Palle, iNANO
PhD student Marwa Gaber Mohamed Mohamed Elkhashab, iNANO
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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.