2015.11.07 | iNano
The Autumn Event for CDNA, 2015 was the Halloween Party involving great costumes, appropriate Halloween food and team exercises in e.g. pumpkin carving.
2015.10.07 | iNano
Ashwin Gopinath, who is a postdoctoral fellow at California Institute of Technology (US), will be visiting CDNA on October 5-9, 2015. He will be giving a talk on "Directed Molecular Self-Assembly Using DNA Origami" on October 7, 2015, at 10:15 in iNANO Aud (1593-012).
2015.10.01 | iNano
The paper "Routing of individual polymers in designed patterns" has become a cover in Nature Nanotechnology vol. 10
2015.08.31 | iNano
Paper from Kurt Gothelf in collaboration with other CDNA members in Nature Nanotechnology: "Routing of individual polymers in designed patterns"
2015.06.29 | iNano
Associate professor, Victoria Birkedal, publishes in Nature Methods: "iSMS: single-molecule FRET microscopy software".
2015.06.23 | iNano
On June 23-24 2015, professor Kurt Gothelf and iNANO will be hosting a bilateral workshop on nanotechnology and chemistry. The workshop will consist of talks by seven group leaders from Department of Chemistry at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in South Korea, and 9 researchers at iNANO and Department of Chemistry at…
2015.06.12 | iNano
Denis Selnihhin is defending his PhD thesis, "Single-Molecule Biosensor – Watching Nanomachines To Solve A Task" on June 12 2015 at 12:30 in iNANO Aud. (1593-012).
2015.06.11 | iNano
Assoc. prof. Francesco Ricci,Laboratory of Biosensors & Nanomachines, University of Rome, Tor Vergata, gives a talk on " Using Nature’s “Tricks” to Design and Optimize DNA-based Sensors" on June 11 2015 at 15:15 in 1590-213.
2015.05.20 | iNano
The CDNA Workshop 2015 was held at Fuglsøcentret where the whole CDNA was gathered to participate in creative team building exercises, sports and other social events.
2015.04.24 | iNano
Prof. Friedrich Simmel, Technische Universität München, Germany, gives a talk on "Rings, Holes & Circuits (Made From Nucleic Acids)" on April 24 2015 at 10:15 in iNANO Aud (1593-012).
2015.04.24 | iNano
Lasse L. Hildebrandt is defending his PhD thesis, "Single Molecule Studies of Synthetic DNA Structures" on April 24 2015 at 13:15 in Physics Aud (1523-318).
2015.03.26 | iNano
Prof. Stefan Matile, University of Geneva, Switzerland, gives a talk on "Supramolecular Systems at Work" on March 26 2015 at 15:15 in Aud I (Department of Chemistry, 1514-213)
2013.11.01 | iNano
Students from CDNA win awards at BIOMOD 2013
2013.06.18 | iNano
The CDNA Workshop 2013 was held at Fuglsøcentret where the whole CDNA was gathered to participate in creative team building exercises, sports and other social events
2013.05.02 | iNano
On May 2nd – 4th, 2013 professor Kurt Gothelf together with professor Erik Winfree, Caltech (US) and Danish Council for Strategic Research (DSCR) hosted the international workshop “Advances in Molecular Programming and Computation: Toward Chemistry as a New Information Technology”
2012.12.01 | iNano
The Marie Curie Initial Training Network: European School of DNA Nanotechnology (EScoDNA) soon starts recruiting PhDs and postdoctoral fellows. Initially fourteen new PhDs and two postdoctoral fellows will join the network in 2013 and the distribution of the new DNA nano researchers among the participating universities and companies can be seen on…
2012.08.14 | iNano
The 18th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming was held August 14-17, 2012 in Aarhus, Denmark at Centre for DNA Nanotechnology, Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University, and on August 13, there was a dnatec workshop on DNA nanotechnology. Together, the two events attracted nearly 200 participants.
2012.05.01 | iNano
In collaboration with the University of Oxford, Karolinska Institutet, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Technische Universität München, and the companies Vipergen and baseclick GmbH, Kurt Gothelf received about 30 million DKK for the Marie Curie Initial Training Network: European School of DNA Nanotechnology (EScoDNA).
2011.11.01 | iNano
The December issue of Chemical Society Reviews features a picture of a DNA origami structure made by Niels Vinther Voigt, former CDNA employee and co-author of the tutorial review about DNA origami and nanotechnology "DNA origami: a quantum leap for self-assembly of complex structures", Thomas Tørring, Niels Vinther Voigt, Jeanette Nangreave, Hao…
2011.11.01 | iNano
The BIOMOD team from Aarhus University won the first BIOMOD competition held at Harvard this november.
2011.09.01 | iNano
A new interactive workbench developed in a collaboration between iNANO at Aarhus University and the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) has been launched in co-developer Ebbe Sloth Andersen's lab. The workbench is a laboratory bench called the ‘eLabBench’ designed to be used by researchers during their experiments. The benchtop is one large touch…
2011.08.01 | iNano
Ebbe Sloth Andersen has received an 8.6 Mkr Sapere Aude grant for his research project from the Danish Council for Independent Research. Congratulations, Ebbe! Read the news at au.dk (in Danish).
2011.04.01 | iNano
CDNA extended for five years 2012–2017 with 50 Mkr by the Danish National Research Foundation. It has been mentioned in the media: 13/4-2011: Videnskab.dk (in Danish) 15/4-2011: Aarhus University news (in Danish)
2010.05.01 | iNano
CDNA collaborator Hao Yan publishes the paper "Molecular robots guided by prescriptive landscapes". A molecular nanorobot dubbed a "spider" and labeled with green dyes traverses a substrate track built upon a DNA origami scaffold. It journeys towards its red-labeled goal by cleaving the visited substrates, thus exhibiting the characteristics of an…
2010.04.20 | iNano
This year’s Researchers Grand Prix (nicknamed Rock’n Research) held in Lille Vega on Tuesday 20 April was won by Kasper Jahn, PhD student at iNANO and CDNA