Dissemination of research results

The Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics publishes regularly articles to various media (newspapers, TV, online media) with results from the department in connection with the publication of some of the staff's scientific articles.

In connection with their PhD defence, the students make a popular description of their research for the media.

In addition, several researchers actively participate in debates in the media and produce science articles and books.


Research news

A Danish-American research team has now found another piece of the puzzle for the development of personalized medicine with the results of a highly sensitive monitoring of cancer-related topoisomerase II enzymes.

2017.08.23 |

DNA sensor system developed for specific and sensitive measurement of cancer-relevant enzyme activity

The development of DNA sensor systems is of great importance for advances in medical science. Now another piece of the puzzle for the development of personalized medicine has been found with the results of a highly sensitive monitoring of cancer-related topoisomerase II enzymes.

Ian Max Møller

2017.08.09 |

Ian Max Møller receives ASPB award

Ian Max Møller has received the Corresponding Membership Award of the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB).

Associate Professor Ken Howard, head of the NanoPharmaceutical Lab at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center / Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics.

2017.07.06 |

Researchers define together with industry the intracellular recycling pathway of human serum albumin

Collaborative work between the NanoPharmaceutical Lab at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics and the Novozymes owned company Albumedix have uncovered a neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn)-dependent endosomal cellular sorting pathway. This has great importance in describing fundamental mechanisms…

Photo: Jette Odgaard Villemoes

2017.07.03 |

Researchers from MBG participate in a large EU project on future genomic management tools for European cattle production

Researchers from Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics at the Department for Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University in Foulum, are participating in the GenTORE project, launched in Paris 22–23 June 2017.

2017.06.27 |

New knowledge about the dynamics of proteins can shape the future in drug development

New research provides mechanistic insight into how protein dynamics control the activity of a group of enzymes called serine proteases. As serine proteases play pivotal roles in blood coagulation, the innate immune system and tissue remodeling, the results may be important for the development of new drugs for the treatment of various diseases.

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Kirsten Gade Malmos

2017.08.15 |

PhD defence: Kirsten Gade Malmos: How Glycosaminoglycans Promote Protein Aggregation

PhD defence, Tuesday, 29 August 2017. Kirsten Gade Malmos.

Christian Bredgaard Juul

2017.06.08 |

Is cow’s milk a source of extraordinarily bioavailable vitamin B12?

PhD defence, Thursday 8 June 2017. Christian Bredgaard Juul.

Steffen Lynge Sparvath
Illustration of a rationally designed 3D RNA nanostructure during cotranscriptional folding: The domains of the single-stranded RNA origami nanostructure (rainbow colors) fold sequentially as the newly synthesized RNA emerges from the transcription bubble inside the T7 RNA polymerase (transparent grey surface). In the illustration the T7 RNA polymerase moves left along the DNA (light blue) and the 3’-end of the RNA base pairs with the template strand in the transcription bubble.

2017.05.16 |

Steffen Lynge Sparvath: RNA Origami - Building nanodevices for in vivo application

PhD defence, Tuesday 16 May 2017. Steffen Lynge Sparvath.

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Textbooks, newspaper articles, contributions to encyclopedias etc.

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