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AU researchers contribute to understanding corona proteins on nanoparticles



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A Danish research team shows in Nature Communications how they have developed a new approach for faster, though more in-depth studies of corona proteins, which affect the functional role of nanoparticles. The image schematizes a nanoparticle covered by corona proteins. (Image: <em>Nature Com.</em> 11, Article no. 4535 (2020))

2020.09.25 | Research

AU researchers contribute to understanding corona proteins on nanoparticles

The properties of nanoparticles are widely acknowledged and they are an important tool in pharmaceutical applications, among others. However, there is a need for deeper understanding of the protein layers accumulating on their surface, as these protein layers affect the functional role of the nanoparticles. AU researchers have developed a method…

A Danish research team describes in an article in <em>Nature Communications</em> how a well-described circular RNA molecule, which was thought to be carcinogenic, is not found in the cancer cells after all.

2020.09.21 | Research

Well-known RNA molecule is not present in cancer cells after all

A so-called circular RNA molecule, which is thought to be carcinogenic, is not present in cancer cells after all. A Danish research team has published the new results in Nature Communications.

The state-of-the-art Danish National cryo-EM facilities, EMBION, will be inaugurated on October 12, 2020. The facilities are established by Aarhus University together with University of Copenhagen.
Professor Poul Nissen (Aarhus University) (photo) is leading EMBION, The Danish National Cryo-EM Facilities, together with Professor Guillermo Montoya (University of Copenhagen). (Photo: Lisbeth Heilesen)

2020.09.19 | Ceremony / opening

Inauguration of the Danish National Cryo-EM Facility, EMBION

Cryogenic Electron Microscopy (cryo-EM) has become a truly important technique in molecular cell biology as well as medicine and biotechnology. Together with the University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University has established state-of-the-art cryo-EM facilities in Aarhus and Copenhagen, which will be inaugurated on October 12, 2020. The research…

Organoid-3 ©Agnieszka Rybak Wolf, MDCLifeTime

2020.09.09 | Research

International initiative seeks to improve healthcare through cell-based medicine

The research initiative LifeTime represents more than 50 European universities, including Aarhus University. A new Perspective article in Nature, co-authored by Jørgen Kjems from iNANO and MBG, outlines LifeTime's vision of how to revolutionize healthcare through personalised, cell-based interceptive medicine.

Events

Fri 02 Oct
13:00-15:00 | Building 1252, room 204, Eduard Biermann Lecture Theatre (Lakeside Lecture Theatres)
PhD defence: mTORC1-LARP1 aksen: At styre de omfattende udgifter forbundet med ribosomet
Michael Theis Solgaard Jensen
Mon 12 Oct
11:00-12:00 | The inauguration will be held online
Inauguration of the Danish National Cryo-EM Facility, EMBION
Mon 02 Nov
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Info meeting about postdoc career abroad
Have you considered what to do after obtaining your degree? At MBG, we wish to support your future career by inviting you to a meeting about the possibilities for a postdoc career abroad.

PhD defences

Michael Theis Solgaard Jensen

2020.10.02 | PhD defense

Michael Theis Solgaard Jensen: The mTORC1-LARP1 axis: Managing the vast expenditures related to the ribosome

PhD defence, Friday 2 October 2020. Michael Theis Solgaard Jensen.

Line Friis Bakmann Christensen

2020.09.03 | PhD defense

Line Friis Bakmann Christensen: From gut to brain – how the microbiome affects Parkinson’s disease development

PhD defence, Tuesday 15 September 2020, Line Friis Bakmann Christensen.