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2019.10.14 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Frans Mulder publishes in PNAS on how internal empty spaces destabilise proteins

Partial unfolding of proteins is a major issue in industry, as it may affect the stability of products. So how does an empty space or cavity in its hydrophobic core destabilize a protein? And would such a cavity in fact be empty? These are some of the questions Associate Professor Frans Mulder and his research team answer in a new study published…

2019.10.09 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Alexander B. Jensen receives poster award

PhD student from lector Henrik Birkedal's group receives poster award

2019.09.25 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff

Karl Anker Jørgensen receives the H.C. Ørsted Gold Medal

In collaboration with the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences, the Society for the Dissemination of Natural Science (SNU) has decided to award a Gold Medal in chemistry and a travel grant in connection with the bicentennial anniversary of H. C. Ørsted's discovery of electromagnetism (1820).

2019.09.20 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Jens Holbech receives the Research Communication Prize 2019

The Aarhus University Anniversary Foundation Research Communication Prize 2019 goes to senior consultant Jens Dybkjær Holbech, Faculty of Science and Technology

2019.09.20 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Søren Keiding new director of AIAS

Vice-dean for research at Science and Technology, Søren Keiding, is taking over the acting position of Director and chair of the board of AIAS, as of 1 October

2019.09.17 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Paper by Skrydstrup and his research team on the cover of Organic Letters

Professor Troels Skrydstrup and the other authors behind a paper in Organic Letters were invited to have a front cover

2019.09.06 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

5th Annual Brainnovation Day at iNANO - "Nanomedicine"

Share the invitation with your network and your contacts

2019.09.06 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New synthetic technique for carbon isotope labeling

CADIAC publishes in Journal of the American Chemical Society where they report on a novel method for the introduction of carbon isotopes into pharmaceutical relevant molecules

2019.08.28 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff, Students

Student & Research Group Matchmaking Event 2019

The annual posterday takes place on Friday 20th of September between 13.30-17.00

2019.08.28 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Welcome to new students

Science and Technology offered a warm welcome to 1,640 new science and engineering students as they started their studies on 21 August 2019

2019.08.21 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New efficient method for urine analysis may tell us more

Associate Professor Frans Mulder, in collaboration with the University of Florence, has developed an effective method of analysis for examining the constituents of a urine sample, using contrast agent, as a cost-effective adjuvant. This can have a major impact on future healthcare.

2019.08.05 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New research article from the Poulsen lab published in Angewandte Chemie

Title: A Cyclopropene Electrophile That Targets Glutathione S-Transferase Omega-1 in Cells

2019.08.05 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New review article from the Poulsen lab published in Angewandte Chemie

Title: Chemical Syntheses and Chemical Biology of Carboxyl Polyether Ionophores: Recent Highlights

2019.06.24 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

An international research team receives EUR 27 million to develop more productive crops

The Novo Nordisk Foundation awards DKK 203 million to the Collaborative Crop Resilience Programme (CCRP).

2019.06.18 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

CO2 could replace fossil fuels in industry

Researchers at Aarhus University are developing new chemical technologies to reduce CO2 emissions and support the green transition in both public and private manufacturing companies

2019.06.04 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

CADIAC part of new large EU consortium, CO2PERATE

Troels Skrydstrup and Kim Daasbjerg will take part in a new Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Networks (MSCA-ITN) funded by the European Commission

2019.05.10 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Thomas Poulsen receives NNF grant

Associate Professor Thomas Poulsen receives 9.995.548 DKK in Ascending Investigator grant from Novo Nordisk Foundation

2019.05.10 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Assoc. Prof. Henrik Birkedal honored by the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences

Congratulations to Associate Professor Henrik Birkedal who is awarded the Danish polymer prize, Elastyrenprisen 2019, for being internationally recognized and leading within his research in self-healing polymer gels

2019.05.10 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New efficient way to engineer nanostructures mimicking natural immune response complexes

Collaboration between Novo Nordisk and Professor Kurt Gothelf’s laboratory at Aarhus University yields novel method to engineer large multi-antibody-like nanostructures using DNA nanotechnology

2019.05.10 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

6 new grants from the IRFD

Victoria Birkedal, Thomas Poulsen, Jan Skov Pedersen, Kim Daasbjerg, Alexander Zelikin and Torben Jensen all receive research grants from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for a combined value of 23,5 mio DKK. Congratulations!

2019.05.01 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Consultation on proposal to divide the Faculty of Science and Technology

The proposal to divide Science and Technology into two faculties has now been presented to AU’s Board

2019.04.08 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Henrik Birkedal featured on Danmarks Radio

Henrik Birkedal has been interviewed in relation to his research in bio-inspired materials

2019.04.02 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Three researchers from Dept. of Chemistry receive Villum Investigator grants

Bo Brummerstedt Iversen, Karl Anker Jørgensen, and Henrik Stapelfeldt are awarded with a Villum Investigator grant for a total sum of 110 mio. DKK

2019.04.02 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New colleagues at Dept. of Chemistry

NMR Laboratory Manager Dennis Wilkens Juhl

2019.04.01 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff

New colleagues at Dept. of Chemistry

Purchasing and Chemical Coordinator Line Clemmensen and AC-TAP Vibeke Lauridsen

2019.04.01 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff

New colleagues at Dept. of Chemistry

Head of Secretariat Jacob Serup Ramsay and Department and Scientific Coordinator Birgitte Lodberg Pedersen

2019.03.06 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Marianne Glasius has contributed to this paper published in Nature Communications

Urban pollution greatly enhances formation of natural aerosols over the Amazon rainforest

2019.03.04 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Zelikin lab published in Advanced Science

Nucleic Acids as a Nature‐Inspired Scaffold for Macromolecular Prodrugs of Nucleoside Analogues

2019.02.28 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

The process for the reorganisation of ST

Rector Bech Nielsen has initiated a process to decide on a possible reorganisation of Science and Technology in collaboration with the faculty

2019.03.01 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

[Translate to English:] Masterplan for Campus 2.0 vedtaget

[Translate to English:] Den endelige plan for AU’s fysiske udvikling er nu vedtaget

2019.02.25 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New review article from the Poulsen lab published in Angewandte Chemie

“Chemical syntheses and chemical genetics of carboxyl polyether ionophores: Recent highlights”

2019.02.25 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Cultural training: Living and Working in Denmark

How do Danes network and build relations at work and in their spare time?

2019.02.22 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Farewell reception for Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen

Niels Chr. Nielsen has stepped down as dean of Science and Technology as of 15 February 2019. Colleagues and business partners are invited to a farewell reception.

2019.02.08 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Rector: AU should have five faculties instead of four

The Faculty of Science and Technology at Aarhus University has grown so large that the rector is now proposing to split it into two faculties

2019.02.05 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Seminar: How do we create a more sustainable AU?

Would you like to contribute to developing sustainable initiatives at AU? Join us for a sustainability seminar 21 March

2019.02.01 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Troels Skrydstrup receives Semper Ardens grant

Troels receives 7.454.237 DKK for the Semper Ardens project “The Science of Cleaving Strong Chemical Bonds” from the Carlsberg Foundation

2019.01.15 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Novo Nordisk Foundation

Two groups receive infrastructure grants from Novo Nordisk Foundation

2019.01.14 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Long-lasting field-free alignment of large molecules inside helium nanodroplets

Read Henrik Stapelfeldt Lab's article in Nature Communications

2019.01.11 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

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.

2019.01.11 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

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.

2019.01.08 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New paper from the Poulsen lab just published in Angewandte Chemie

STEFs – Activated Vinylogous Protein-Reactive Electrophiles

2019.01.03 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

The work from the Zelikin lab featured on the cover of Chem Comm

Innate glycosidic activity in metallic implants for localized synthesis of antibacterial drugs

2018.12.21 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New funding for research infrastructure

The Carlsberg Foundation has awarded DKK 4.460.000 in total for research infrastructure for iNANO researchers. This new equipment will be used for research in circular RNA, functional materials, immunotherapy and much more.

2018.12.19 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Honorary Professorship to Troels Skrydstrup from Nanchang University

On the 10th of December 2018, Professor Troels Skrydstrup received an honorary professorship from Nanchang University (China), which was delivered by the vice-president of the university, Professor Xiaohua Deng.

2018.12.18 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

AU researchers engineer enzyme-like nanoparticles with potential in prodrug therapy

Development of nanozymes constitutes an increasingly important mean to overcome the limitations of natural enzymes in biotechnology and biomedicine

2018.12.05 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff

Winter Meeting 2019

15th Aarhus Winter Meeting 2019 - Trends in Modern Chemistry

2018.12.03 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

ERC Consolidator Grant for Tobias Weidner

Tobias Weidner at Department of Chemistry receives ERC Consolidator grant

2018.12.03 | Public / media, Department of Chemistry, Staff

3 postdoc stipends from the Carlsberg Foundation

3 young researchers receive internationalization stipends

2018.11.29 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff

3 grants from the Carlsberg Foundation

Marianne Glasius, Tobias Weidner and Henrik Birkedal from Department of Chemistry receive grants from the Carlsberg Foundation call for new infrastructure.

2018.11.28 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Article about frog tongue chemistry highlighted

An article in Biointerphases about frogs’ sticky-tongue hunting technique by Tobias Weidner is highlighted by the magazine Ingeniøren

2018.10.31 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Lundbeckfonden postdoctoral fellowship

Postdoc Sheiliza Carmali from Alexander Zelikin's group receives an individual postdoctoral fellowship from the Lundbeckfonden worth 2,1 Mio DKK

2018.10.29 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Brainnovation Day

Invitation to the 4th annual Brainnovation Day at AU On “Degradation and Recycling of Inorganic Materials”

2018.10.09 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

FET-Open Information Meeting

The coordinator team for the EU Excellence pillar and the Faculty of Science & Technology invites you to this 2-hour seminar about FET-Open (Future and Emerging Technologies), where you get the chance to learn much more from people with deep experience with the programme. No registration needed.

2018.10.09 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Jacob Overgaard publishes “Very Important Paper” in Chemistry – A European Journal

Title: Mapping the magnetic anisotropy at the atomic scale in dysprosium single molecule magnets

2018.10.04 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff

Rutgers University Delegation Seminars

Seminar talks will be held at Dept. of Chemistry on Tuesday 9th October 2018, when a delegation from Rutgers University will visit Science & Technology.

2018.09.25 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Simpler and safer method for handling a useful but foul-smelling gas in chemical synthesis

Skrydstrup Group has developed both an ingenious, as well as a safe procedure for using the ’rotten egg’ smelling and flammable gas, methanethiol, in certain chemical reactions.

2018.09.21 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Profile your research: make your articles freely available

With Open Access, you can raise the profile of your research and you can meet the requirements imposed by many national and international foundations. At the same time you will be complying with the national Open Access policy and Aarhus University's internal Open Access policy

2018.09.19 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Research inspired by nature’s technologies

Associate Professor Henrik Birkedal has been interviewed by Weekendavisen on the potential of biomimicry and his progress in developing an innovative biodegradable superglue.

2018.09.06 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Empower Talent!

It is again possible to register for the AU mentor scheme Empower Talent!, which matches staff at assistant professor level (assistant professor/researcher/postdoc) with more experienced colleagues at associate professor level or above for a period of one year.

2018.08.27 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

ST Awards

On Friday 24 August at the ST Summer Hangout the recipients of the annual ST Awards were revealed. The ST Science Award went to Professor Troels Skrydstrup and the ST Education Award went to Professor Thomas Vosegaard.

2018.08.27 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

You can still secure a place at Medical Innovation Day

Bring your most inventive students along on Friday October 5th, when innovative solutions to the healthcare challenges of the future are on the agenda.

2018.08.22 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Call for applications for Novo Scholarship 2019 now open

Novo Nordisk and Novozymes invite master students at Danish universities, Lund University and Malmö University to apply for a Novo Scholarship

2018.08.17 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New research paper in Cell Chemical Biology

A team of AU-scientists from ST and HEALTH lead by Thomas B. Poulsen has published a new research paper in Cell Chemical Biology.

2018.08.07 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Stay Abroad Workshop for PhD-students

Dear PhD student. You probably know that going abroad is an integral part of your education. Nonetheless, you may not be completely certain how to approach it.

2018.08.07 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Call for proposals for synergistic projects at Science and Technology

Synergy packages will be allocated to research collaboration in each of the three areas: general synergistic activities, collaboration with the business sector and public sector consultancy. Deadline for application is 15 August 2018.

2018.08.02 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Best Poster Prize

PhD student Anna H.F. Andersen at Alexander Zelikin's lab was awarded Best Poster Presentation

2018.07.02 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Best oral presentation prize

PhD student Raoul Walther at Alexander Zelikin lab was awarded Best Oral presentation

2018.06.25 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

AU scientists develop safer method for handling high-risk reagents

Pyrophoric chemicals like tert-Butyllithium are used on a daily basis in many laboratories. These reagents are very sensitive towards air and moisture, and serious accidents have occurred when handling the reagents inappropriately. CADIAC scientists have developed an important improvement in the protocol, which makes it safer for also…

2018.06.14 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

2 grants from the Novo Nordisk Foundation

Michael Westberg and Anton Smith receives 4 year postdoc grants.

2018.06.12 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New research paper from the Thomas Poulsen lab published in Angewandte Chemie

Title: A Catalytic Oxidative Quinone Heterofunctionalization Method – Synthesis of Strongylophorine-26

2018.05.14 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Review in Nature Catalysis from CADIAC

A series of negative consequences for our planet’s climate system are caused by a remarkably high concentration of atmospheric CO2 and determined effort are made in reusing CO2

2018.05.16 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

[Translate to English:] Aarhus-forsker får støtte til jagten på en evig energikilde

[Translate to English:] Et projekt ved Aarhus Universitet under ledelse af adjunkt Nina Lock forsøger at komme tættere på en løsning af denne udfordring.

2018.05.03 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media, PhD Students

International Award to Troels Skrydstrup

Professor Troels Skrydstrup, Center Leader of CADIAC, is the recipient of the Melvin Calvin Award 2018 for outstanding scientific contributions in the field of isotope science.

2018.04.30 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New Publication by CADIAC in Nature Catalysis

Chemists from The Carbon Dioxide Activation Center have recently published a review in Nature Catalysis with the title “Chemically and electrochemically catalysed conversion of CO2 to CO with follow-up utilisation to value-added chemicals”

2018.04.25 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Well-attended Alumni Day at Science and Technology

More than 1,300 former students and employees visited their former academic environment on Thursday 5 April to see old fellow students and teachers

2018.04.24 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New paper in Angewandte Chemie International Edition

New Publication by CADIAC in Angewandte Chemie International Edition

2018.04.11 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

2018 Award ceremony

On Wednesday 30 May 2018, one of Denmark’s oldest and most prestigious awards – the Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen Award for Scientific Research – will be conferred at the 2018 award ceremony at Aarhus University.

2018.03.23 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

NEW SUMMER SCHOOL ON SYNCHROTRON X-RAY, NEUTRON AND XFEL TECHNIQUES

Aarhus University is proud to present the upcoming DanScatt & MAX4ESSFUN Summer School on Materials Research with Synchrotron, Neutron and XFEL Sources.

2018.03.22 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media, PhD Students

The Alumni Day at Chemistry on April 5th is approaching

We are looking forward to see familiar faces, and hopefully, many former students and employees will attend.

2018.03.20 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff

Article by Henrik Stapelfeldt’s group featured on the front cover of the Journal of Chemical Physics

The article, “Communication: Gas-phase structural isomer identification by Coulomb explosion of aligned molecules,” has been featured on the cover of The Journal of Chemical Physics (148, 091102, 2018) https://aip.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1063/1.5023441

2018.03.16 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Strategy follow-up at ST

In the first months of 2018, the Dean's Office held strategy follow-up meetings with departments and centres. Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen's takes stock of the strategy work on ST..

2018.03.16 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New financial model presented to local liaison committees

The local liaison committees (LSU) at the faculty and the department management teams have been invited to briefing meetings about ST's new financial model before final adoption by the faculty management team this summer.

2018.03.16 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Registration for DHL relay race 2018 now open

Again this year, AU will be participating in the DHL Relay Race and registration is now open. Join your co-workers for an evening of outdoor fun. The registration deadline is 4 May 2018.

2018.03.15 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Tobias Weidner has just published a paper in JACS

Title: Calcium-Induced Molecular Rearrangement of Peptide Folds Enables Biomineralization of Vaterite Calcium Carbonate

2018.03.07 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Honoring for NanoScreen

Students at Aarhus Universitet has once again been honored for their idea NanoScreen

2018.02.23 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Double the response rate for course evaluations at ST

The new model for course evaluations has encouraged significantly more students to complete their course evaluations. This is a great benefit for quality assurance work at ST.

2018.02.23 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Masterclasses pay off

Six departments at Science and Technology were awarded 12 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowships in 2017, and there are two more on the waiting list

2018.02.20 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Ideation at Aarhus University, 23 Feb 2018, Friday

Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre’s (DHRTC) Radical Innovation Sprint (RIS) will visit Aarhus University on Friday, the 23rd February. Presentations are open for both students and the staff. We hope to see many of you there.

2018.02.16 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New centre director at iNANO

Deputy centre director Trolle Linderoth has been appointed new centre director at iNANO as of 1 February 2018.

2018.02.14 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New European network on DNA-based nanorobotics coordinated by Aarhus University

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions has funded new consortium, headed by professor Kurt Gothelf at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center, with 4 million euro.

2018.02.12 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Awards to PhD students

Camilla Bertel Andersen and Malene Selch Sønnichsen participated in the Danish National NMR Meeting on 29-30 Jan 2018.

2018.02.09 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Join the AU Challenge and solve challenges for businesses

Aarhus University Challenge is a new and exclusive event that brings together students from all faculties at AU.

2018.02.08 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

About Fascinating Research - 2018

The Festival of Research on Thursday 26 April 2018 from 14.00 to 18.00

2018.02.02 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

iNANO and Department of Chemistry at Aarhus University part of new Nordic Consortium for CO2 conversion

Nine Universities from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland are participating in a new Nordic research hub that will focus on developing new materials and technologies for conversion of CO2. The hub has been granted 6,9 million EUR.

2018.02.01 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Open Science

Open Seminar on Functional Polymeric Materials

2018.01.22 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

You are hereby invited to the 2nd joint AU-NOVO NORDISK SYMPOSIUM

On Friday March 2, 2018, Novo Nordisk in Måløv will be hosting a symposium. Please remember to signe up

2017.12.04 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New paper in Angewandte Chemie International Edition

The Skrydstrup group publishes in Angewandte Chemie International Edition describing a new catalytic reaction with carbon monoxide

2017.12.04 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

DIBS'18 - Danish Instruments for Big Science

The series of Danish Instruments for Big Science conferences sets focus on scientific instruments designed and built by Danish scientist or Danish companies.

2017.11.29 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Best poster prize

Stefan Urth Nielsen, from the organic surface chemistry group of Kim Daasbjerg and Steen U Pedersen, won the best poster prize at this year’s Annual Polymer Day (24 Nov)

2017.11.03 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New paper in Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Troels Skrydstrup group has A new paper in Angewandte Chemie describing the efficient reduction of water to dihydrogen with hydrogen cyanide diboron compounds.

2017.11.01 | Department of Chemistry, Public / media, Staff, PhD Students

TOKS XVI at Aarhus University 2017

TOKS XVI (Træf for Organisk Kemi-Studerende) will take place at Aarhus University this weekend. TOKS routinely gathers 125+ chemistry students (BSc, MSc, PhD), as well as post docs, professors, and participants from industry.

2017.10.26 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

ESS instrument HEIMDAL

Mogens Christensen crosses important milestone

2017.10.25 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New paper in Chemical Science led by Troels Skrydstrup

A new paper in Chemical Science describing a simple setting for performing chemical reactions with hydrogen cyanide

2017.10.25 | Department of Chemistry, Research, Public / media, Staff

Accurate Electronic Structure Methods for Large Molecules

Prof. Poul Jørgensen's ERC Advanced Grant project was highlighted by the European Commissions primary service for EU-funded research (CORDIS) as a 'Result in Brief' article

2017.10.16 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

International postdoctoral grant

Thomas Leegaard Andersen receives funding from FNU for a stay ay University of British Columbia

2017.10.13 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New career platform for junior researchers has been launched

Aarhus University is taking steps to make it easier for junior researchers to plan their careers.

2017.10.13 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Aarhus University introduces grade point averages for all science and engineering degrees

In future, students must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 7.0 on the Danish 7-point grading scale to be directly admitted via quota 1 to a degree programme at Science and Technology.

2017.09.15 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II’s Travel Grant to students at Aarhus University

Nikolaj Roth (supervisor: Bo Brummersted Iversen), student of Chemistry is one of the receivers of her Majesty Queen Margrethe II's travel grant

2017.09.08 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

New Publication by CADIAC in Nature Communications

Chemists from The Carbon Dioxide Activation Center have recently published a paper in Nature Communications with the title “Scalable carbon dioxide electroreduction coupled to carbonylation chemistry”

2017.09.04 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Karl Anker Jørgensen receives the Carlsberg Foundation Research Prize 2017

Karl Anker Jørgensen receives the prize for his groundbreaking research in homogeneous catalysis with a focus on metal-catalysed oxidation reactions and asymmetrical catalysis.

2017.09.01 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, PhD Students, Public / media

Mussel gels must be made ready for surgery

Tubes with mussel glue will in the future be able to replace sutures and staples in the hospitals' operating rooms. Researchers at Aarhus University have copied the mussel glue production and improved it so much that they have established the spinout company Bioco Medico in order to get the glue brought to the market.

2017.09.15 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media, PhD Students

New research article from AU-team led by Mogens Johannsen (Forensic Chemistry) and Thomas B. Poulsen

on the cover of Cell Chemical Biology

2017.08.24 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Aarhus University focuses on materials research for building the future

Developing new materials with special properties is of crucial importance for scientific progress in areas such as energy, construction, environmentally responsible technologies, transport and electronics. Read more about the interdisciplinary Centre for Integrated Materials Research (iMAT).

2017.08.16 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

XII ECHEMS Meeting - Poster Prize to Kristian Birk Buhl

Electrochemistry in ingenious molecules, surfaces and devices Milano Marittima 6th-9th June 2017

2017.07.05 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Birkedal group on the cover of Advanced Engineering Materials

The cover art illustrates 3D printed mother-of-pearl model structures

2017.06.29 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

Helium Droplets Offer New Precision to Single-molecule Laser Measurement

Press release on article by Henrik Stapelfeldt's group.

2017.06.16 | Department of Chemistry, Staff, Public / media

CADIAC on the front cover of Organometallics

The cover art illustrates the subtle, but colorful, Aarhus City skyline.

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