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An artistic rendering of RNA polymerase folding RNA origami scaffolds with two proteins. At the top right a finished scaffolding with proteins marked with the colors yellow and cyan. (Illustration: Cody Geary)

2021.06.02 | iNano

Bigger and better RNA scaffolds for organising proteins

Researchers from iNANO (Aarhus University) and Caltech have developed a method to build much larger, though still nanosize, RNA scaffolds than previously thought possible using RNA origami. The method is based on new software that has been made available online so other researchers can use it to develop biosensors, nanorobots and medicine –…

Andreas Brunsgaard Laursen, former nanoscience student, CEO, and co-founder of the spinout Danish Graphene. Photo: The Kitchen AU

2021.06.01 | iNano

Portrait: newly graduated from iNANO - now co-founder and CEO of spinout

Andreas Brunsgaard Laursen recently completed his degree in nanoscience at iNANO. Now he is CEO and co-founder of the spinout Danish Graphene together with his mentor Professor Kim Daasbjerg and Associate Professor Steen Uttrup.

Professor Anja-Verena Mudring joins the Department of Chemistry iNANO at Aarhus University. (Photo: Jørgen Weber, AU Photo)

2021.05.31 | iNano

The endless possibilities of impossible salt

This summer, Aarhus University will welcome Professor Anja-Verena Mudring when she joins the Department of Chemistry (and becomes iNANO associated). Professor Mudring is one of the world's top researchers in the field of materials research. She is one of the leaders in materials development for energy conversion, and she has made a particularly…

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