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Henrik Birkedal and Mads Ry Jørgensen about DanMax. (Photo: David Castor, creative commons license)

2020.11.25 | iNano

Podcast with iNANO researchers on DanMax and high-energy radiation

Listen to Henrik Birkedal and Mads Ry Jørgensen tell about DanMax, a materials science beamline at MAX IV accelerator in Lund. Learn both how high-energy X-rays are made, how X-rays must be treated before you can use it, and not least what Danish researchers hope to be able to use the expensive device for. (In Danish)

Traditional Chinese medicine incorporated in nanoparticles as cure for Parkinson's disease. New results by Daniel Otzen and his research team. (Image: Colourbox)

2020.11.20 | iNano

Traditional Chinese medicine incorporated in nanoparticles as cure for Parkinson's disease

New findings by Professor Daniel Otzen and his research team show that baicalein, a traditional Chinese medicine, incorporated in nanoliposomes may protect against the destructive attacks by alpha-synuclein, which is the cause of Parkinson's disease. Read about the findings here on sciencenews.dk.

Associate Professor Alexander Zelikin (left) and Associate Professor Frans Mulder (right) receive grants from the Ministry of Education and Research to establish research collaborations with researchers from Israel and Japan, respectively.
(Photo: Colourbox, photos: Lars Kruse (Zelikin) and private (Mulder))

2020.11.20 | iNano

Researchers from iNANO and the Department of Chemistry establish research networks across continents

Researchers from Aarhus University look forward to building bridges with Japanese and Israeli researchers within molecular science, biomolecular design, and artificial biology. With grants from the Ministry of Education and Research, activities can be established that can kick-start the budding research collaboration across continents.

iNANO researchers receive DKK 35.5 million from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for research projects on green transition. (Image: Colourbox)

2020.10.29 | iNano

iNANO researchers receive DKK 35.5 million for green transition

7 researchers at Faculty of Natural Sciences, Aarhus University, have just received DKK 38 million in total from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for research projects on green transition. 6 of these grants have been awarded to iNANO associated researchers, which amounts to DKK 35.5 million.

Poul Nissen (right) and his colleagues will establish an Infrastructure for Cryo-Electron Tomography (ICE-T) which will be embedded in the Danish National Cryo-EM Facility – EMBION – where cryo-CLEM and high-end cryo-TEMs are available. From the left: Thomas Boesen and Gregers Rom Andersen. Photo: Lisbeth Heilesen

2020.10.09 | iNano

The cryoEM facility EMBION receives DKK 13,3 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for large equipment

With the grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, main applicant Poul Nissen and colleagues from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics and iNANO as well as partners at the Department of Biomedicine and the Department of Engineering will be able to establish an infrastructure for Cryo-Electron Tomography (ICE-T), which will also be made…

Events

Fri 04 Dec
13:15-15:15 | The PhD defence will be held online. To receive a link to the event, please send an e-mail to Jeppe Vang Lauritsen, jvang@inano.au.dk
PhD defense: Atomic-scale insight into single layer MoS2 heterostructures - towards a future of 2D hybrid materials
PhD student Mark Jonas Haastrup, iNANO