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Professor Birgit Schiøtt receives DKK 6.6 million for digital infrastructure platform. (Photo: Lars Kruse)

2019.01.31 | iNano

DKK 6.6 m for biomolecular simulations

Professor Birgit Schiøtt (Department of Chemistry and iNANO) has received DKK 6.6 million (EUR 0.9 million) to establish a digital infrastructure platform to make simulations of complex biological systems.

Professor Flemming Besenbacher, iNANO's founder, receives The Fortune Award for Circular Economy Leadership 2019. (Archive photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo).

2019.01.23 | iNano

Professor Flemming Besenbacher receives distinguished honor

The Fortune Award for Circular Economy Leadership 2019 has been given to iNANO's founder Professor Flemming Besenbacher for his great commitment to promoting circular economy in Denmark and internationally.

AU researchers from Department of Chemistry and iNANO discover new methodology for localized delivery of antibacterial agents to the surface of metallic implants (Cover by Chemical Communications)
Associate Professors Alexander Zelikin and Rikke Louise Meyer collaborate on interdisciplinary findings combining the fields of biology and chemistry in localized synthesis of antibacterial drugs at metallic implants. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto)

2019.01.11 | iNano

Meyer and Zelikin laboratories featured on the cover of Chemical Communications

Interdisciplinary research by AU scientists combines the fields of chemistry and biology in fighting bacterial infections locally on metallic implants by exploiting a build-in feature. The work is highlighted on the cover of the journal ChemComm.

Flemming Besenbacher receives the title of Commander of the order of Dannebrog. (Private photo by courtesy of Flemming Besenbacher)

2019.01.08 | iNano

Professor Flemming Besenbacher receives royal honor

On November 2, 2018, Professor Flemming Besenbacher received the title of Commander of the Order of Dannebrog.

Mogens Christensen gives his views in Aktuel Naturvidenskab on the transition from using fossil fuels to green energy. (Photo: Maria Randima)

2019.01.04 | iNano

Do we have the necessary raw materials for a green transition?

Associate Professor Mogens Christensen is giving his views on the process of transition from using fossil fuels to green energy in Aktuelt Naturvidenskab.

Troels Skrydstrups research into transition metal catalysts as chemical tools of the future is reported on by Aktuel Naturvidenskab. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo)
Article in Aktuel Naturvidenskab on Troels Skrydstrups research into transition metal catalysts (Article by Kristian Sjøgren, Photo: Colourbox)

2019.01.04 | iNano

Catalysts - creating chemical tools of the future

Read in Aktuel Naturvidenskab about Skrydstrup Group's work on transition metal catalysts as tools for many industries in their need to make better products for a world with growing pains.

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