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Examples of intron retention events in circRNAs and their frequency and length distribution.
From left: Assistant Professor Karim Rahimi (MBG) and Assistant Professor Daniel Dupont (iNANO) (photo: Anne Færch Nielsen)
From left: Professor Jørgen Kjems (MBG and iNANO) and Morten Venø, CEO of Omiics (photo: Anne Færch Nielsen)

2021.08.13 | iNano

New long-read sequencing technology reveals the surprising complexity of circular RNAs

A paper from Jørgen Kjems and colleagues published in Nature Communications presents a new method to determine the full-length sequence and isoform variation of a class of RNAs called circular RNAs. The study is conducted in human and mouse brains and shows that many circRNAs exist in a large number of different version and that a special class of…

Jørgen Skibsted receives the Stephen Brunauer Award.

2021.06.24 | iNano

Jørgen Skibsted receives the Stephen Brunauer Award

Associate Professor Jørgen Skibsted and former PhD student Nishant Garg will receive the Stephen Brunauer Award 2020 today. The award is awarded annually to the best-rated article in cement research, published within the last year in either 'The Journal of the American Ceramic Society' or 'Bulletin of the American Ceramic Society'.

Dorthe Bomholdt Ravnsbæk. Photo: Jacob Fredegaard Hansen, SDU

2021.06.22 | iNano

iNANO alumnus starts as new professor at Dept. of Chemistry in November

From 1 November, iNANO alumnus Dorthe Bomholdt Ravnsbæk will start a new position as professor and continue her research in rechargeable batteries at the Department of Chemistry.

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