PhD defences

Popular description of the PhD students' research in connection with the defence of the PhD dissertation

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.

Jens Kvist Madsen

2017.02.24 |

Jens Kvist Madsen: Protein-surfactant interactions in industrial applications

PhD defence, Friday, 24 February 2017. Jens Kvist Madsen.

Hans Christian Høiberg

2017.02.21 |

Hans Christian Høiberg: Nucleic acids nanodrugs - are we there yet?

PhD defence, Tuesday, 21 February 2017, Hans Christian Høiberg

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