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2015.12.11 | Internal news

Dean's Challenge 2015 - The Final

On Friday 4 December the three winners of the Dean's Challenge 2015 were found. The winners of the Food Challenge were Team Reculture, iNANO PhD students Rasmus Peter Thomsen and Jeppe Dehli, for their solution of using fermentation culture to turn old milk into high quality sour dairy products such as sour cream and yogurt at home.

Kurt V. Gothelf

2015.12.10 | Research News

Professor Kurt Gothelf publishes paper on DNA Computing in Nature Communications

The team of researchers designed a DNA ‘look up table’ that can take two input values encoded in DNA and find an answer by looking through a library of possible answers.

Professor Troels Skrydstrup

2015.11.30 | Research News

iNANO Chemists Publish in JACS

Professor Troels Skrydstrup and Assistant Professor Anders Lindhardt publish in Journal of the American Chemical Society.

2015.10.21 | Meeting

14th iNANO Annual Meeting 13 January 2016

Internationally renowned scientists will give lectures on various aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology.

2015.09.22 | CADIAC

Bold research into recycling CO2

The scientific aims are bold, but the gains can be enormous. The new CADIAC research centre at Aarhus University will be the most ambitious venture in the world to date to find the best methods to convert CO2 into medicine, plastic and useful chemicals.

Mie Elholm Birkbak

2015.09.14 | Awards

Zonta Award to PhD Student Mie Birkbak

iNANO PhD student Mie Elholm Birkbak receives Zonta Denmark's scholarship award of DKK 50,000.

2015.09.14 | People

Order of the Dannebrog

On Friday 11 September 2015 professors Søren R. Keiding and Bo Brummerstedt Iversen were awarded the order of the Dannebrog.

2015.09.11 | Research News

Poul Nissen awarded Gregori Aminoff 2016

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Gregori Aminoff Prize in crystallography 2016 to Professor Poul Nissen, Aarhus University, Denmark, and Professor Chakashi Toyoshima, University of Tokyo, Japan.

Henrik Birkedal

2015.09.07 | Research News

Henrik Birkedal on DR P3

Interviewed for Gandhi P3.

2015.08.31 | Research News

Folding of Molecular Wires published in Nature Nanotechnology

A team of researchers from Aarhus University and Harvard University has developed a method to wire single molecule polymers in predesigned paths on board made of DNA.

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