Global goals in sustainability and efficiency have evolved over the years such that even nanostructure manufacturing must be greener and better. That has led Professor Anja-Verena Mudring and Postdoc Oliver Hammond to review how ionic liquids and deep eutectic solvents can be used to solve these sustainability and efficiency issues.
Congratulations to Isabella Nymann Westensee from iNANO, who receives DKK 200,000, which she will use for a research stay in London.
The VILLUM FOUNDATION has selected this year's 16 research talents to be part of the Villum Young Investigator programme. One of this year's researchers is iNANO associated researcher, Assistant Researcher Maarten Goesten.