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2019.12.06 | Department of Chemistry

Molecular catalysts with great prospects for use in converting CO2

Assist. Prof. Xinming Hu and Prof. Kim Daasbjerg from Carbon Dioxide Axtivation Center (CADIAC) at Aarhus University describe the state-of-the-art of the electrochemical CO2 reduction promoted by molecular catalysts and discuss an important recent discovery published in Nature. Read the Nature News & Views article by Hu and Daasbjerg here.

2019.12.05 | Department of Chemistry

iNANO researchers honored with business acceleration award

The discovery of a unique technology to detect small molecules in blood, and the potential of being able to secure a more correct and safe treatment of certain patients, led iNANO researchers to establish the startup company, MedicQuant. The team behind the company has just won the Bioinnovation Institute (BII) Acceleration Award

2019.11.28 | Department of Chemistry

Aarhus Winter Meeting 2020 - Trends in Modern Chemistry

The 16th Aarhus Winter Meeting will be held on January 24, 2020 from 11:00-18:00.

2019.11.21 | Department of Chemistry

Sapere Aude research leader grant to Jonas Elm

Congratulations to Jonas Elm, who has been awarded 6.2 mio DKK for his research project entitled 'Formation and Growth of Atmospheric Molecular Clusters'. Jonas is one of 11 AU researchers - 6 from ST - to receive Sapere Aude research leader grants from the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

2019.11.21 | Department of Chemistry

The results of the 2019 university elections are in

This year's university elections are over. The have been votes counted and the victorious candidates informed. There are new faces, for example on the AU Board, which will welcome four new members at its meetings after 1 February 2020. Read more about the elections and see the results


Tue 10 Dec
10:30-11:00 | 1532-116, Aarhus University, Auditorium G1, Ny Munkegade 118, 8000 Aarhus C
Guest lecture: Joint Double-Seminar Bioscience and Bioengineering
By Professor Lone Gram. Merging Microbial Ecology and Math. By Associate Professor Mikael Lenz Strube