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  • Paper in Nature Communications

    A scientific collaboration led by researchers at iNANO/Aarhus University and Copenhagen University has resulted in the construction of a synthetic DNA nanopore capable of selectively translocating protein-size macromolecules across lipid bilayers. These discoveries can pave the way for applications involving the programmable cell perforation and potential size selective delivery of drugs, DNA or even proteins as well as label free biosensing »
  • Vital ingredient in everything from washing detergents to pharmaceuticals: Researchers finally grasp the work week of enzymes

    Scientists have found a novel way of monitoring individual enzymes as they chomp through fat. The method offers far greater insight into how enzymes function and opens up the possibility of tailoring enzyme composition for useful industrial applications such as pharmaceutical and bioethanol development and production. This, according to a new study by the University of Copenhagen and Novozymes. »
  • Professor Henrik G. Kjærgaard receives funding from Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

    Professor Henrik G. Kjærgaard receives funding from the American foundation – Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to the project entitled “Autoxidation of Organic Compounds in Indoor Environments”. The project is in collaboration with Professor Paul Wennberg, CALTECH. »

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