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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”.

Professor Liv Hornekær will lead the new basic research center InterCat. She is a pioneer in the new interdisciplinary research field of astrochemistry. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo

2019.10.24 | iNano

New centre to find the origins of life in space

With DKK 67.4 million (EUR 8.9 mill.) from the Danish National Research Foundation, professor Liv Hornekær at Aarhus University will establish Center for Interstellar Catalysis, in order to find out how and when the building blocks of life formed in the universe.

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