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Daniel Dupont is one of the very few who, exceptionally, has been granted access to his laboratory to develop means to combat coronavirus. Private photo.

2020.04.03 | iNano

Life with lockdown

Working and studying has been different in just as many ways as there are employees and students, and together, each in their own way, they are keeping the wheels of NAT running. Separately. Meet some of them here, including Daniel Dupont at iNANO.

Professor Birgit Schiøtt (Department of Chemistry and iNANO) receives a VILLUM Synergy grant of DKK 3.0 million together with Professor Ira Assent (Department of Computer Science). Photo: AU foto

2020.04.01 | iNano

There is synergy between computer science and chemistry

Professor Birgit Schiøtt (Department of Chemistry and iNANO) has received a VILLUM Synergy grant of DKK 3.0 million together with Professor Ira Assent (Department of Computer Science) for development of new cluster models that can provide a more accurate insight into proteins at the molecular level.

AU researchers collaborate with international research team on improving the efficiency of bioelectrical systems. (Graphics: Copyright © 2020, Nature Research).

2020.03.25 | iNano

Enhanced microbes as alternative green energy sources

The demand for energy is growing and so is the demand for alternative energy solutions, which includes living sources of electricity. AU researchers have in collaboration with an international team created microbial energy cells and shows a method for improving the efficiency of bioelectrical systems.

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