News

2016.05.25 | Department of Chemistry

Chemistry professor receives scientific research award for mastering mirror-image molecules

Professor Karl Anker Jørgensen has been selected to receive the 2016 Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen Award for Scientific Research for his ground-breaking research into asymmetrical catalysis.

2016.05.24 | Department of Chemistry

New Book: Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry

Dieter Britz and Jörg Strutwolf have written a new book. The book can already be purchased online today.

2016.05.09 | Department of Chemistry

Karl Anker Jørgensen awarded Semper Ardens project from Carlsberg Foundation

Grants are awarded to visionary research projects carried out by internationally recognized top researchers with a particularly passionated ("Semper Ardens") approach to research. Congratulations to Karl Anker

2016.04.27 | Department of Chemistry

Peter Ogilby’s group has received the 2016 PhotoCite Award

Peter Ogilby’s group has received the 2016 PhotoCite Award from the American Society for Photobiology for their work on protein-encapsulated singlet oxygen sensitizers. Congratulations!

2016.04.15 | Department of Chemistry

Unique opportunity for danish companies in the competition to develop materials of the future

An agreement has just been finalized on Danish co-financing of the coming X-ray facility in Lund, Sweden—MAX IV.

2016.04.04 | Department of Chemistry

Velkommen til Carsten

Carsten Pedersen er i dag startet som ny KIROS-medarbejder og support for kemi-forskningsgrupper i iNANO-huset.

2016.03.07 | Department of Chemistry

Molecular Glue for Joining of Rubber and Metal

Research focus on joining the two materials in a virtually unbreakable chemical adhesion

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Events

Wed 01 Jun
12:30-19:30 | Department of Chemistry, Langelandsgade 140, 8000 Aarhus C
HYDEM2016 - June 1-3, 2016 (Host: Torben R. Jensen)
HydEM 2016 is a point of reference for scientists of energy materials science, and focus is on new hydrogen-containing materials for fuel cells, batteries, hydrogen storage, and conversion of CO2 into fuel.
Fri 10 Jun
13:15-15:15 | 1514-213, Aud I, Department of Chemistry, Langelandsgade 140, Aarhus University
Qualifying exam: Emil Bjerglund Pedersen (supervisor: Kim Daasbjerg)
Shear production and electrochemical functionalisation of graphene