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30.06.2014 | Research news


In one single process, Aarhus researchers are producing medicine out of carbon dioxide (CO2) – the major climate culprit.

24.06.2014 | People

Daniel Otzen receives grant

Exploring the potential of liprotides: a new class of protein-lipid complexes

23.06.2014 | People , Awards

Line Koefoed Wins Award

Best Oral Presentation at ECHEMS 2014 Meeting

19.06.2014 | People

Prof. Besenbacher elected member of European Academy of Sciences

Great honour to join exclusive academy

17.06.2014 | People

Troels Skrydstrup receives DFF grant

Synthesis of Nitrogen-Based Heterocycles with Gold Catalysis

17.06.2014 | People

Elena Ferapontova receives grant

Environmental Biosensor Development

16.06.2014 | Conference, Nano Materials

EPDIC14 Conference

During the next couple of days more than 280 researchers from all over the world will meet at Department of Chemistry and the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), Aarhus University, at a conference about powder diffraction, a method that allows for in depth identification and characterization of materials. The EPDIC conference takes…

13.06.2014 | Research news

Birgit Schiøtt receives two grants for the study of neurotransmitters

The Serotonergic Synapse and Modeling the Dopamine Transporter are projects aiming to increase the understanding of the neurotransmitters, which will advance the development of new drugs. The Danish Council for Independent Research (FSS) will fund The Serotonergic Synapse: Multimodal Drugs at the Molecular Level to improve the understanding of…

13.06.2014 | Research News

Jeppe V. Lauritsen receives funding for synthetic fuel production research

The Danish Council of Independent Research has granted funds to carry out Atomic-scale studies of iron-based Fischer-Tropsch catalyst. Fischer-Tropsch synthesis (FTS) is already proven technology for the production of premium quality fuels from biomass, coal and natural gas, but a lack of detailed insight into the active catalyst is currently…

10.06.2014 | iNano, Research News

iNANO and Shanghai researchers improve photoelectrocatalysis of water oxidation

A large part of total world energy consumption is derived from non-renewable fossil fuels. Replacing this source of energy by solar energy via harvesting it in photovoltaic devices is a challenging and highly attractive alternative, particularly through the photoelectrocatalytic water splitting reaction schemes.   Within the China-Denmark…

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