Namely Names 2011
Robert Feidenhans'l receives 20 million for food product research
13 December 2011
Professor Robert Feidenhans'l has received a large grant of almost 20 million kroner from the Danish Council for Strategic Research for a project on groundbreaking new X-ray scanning of food products.
Mogens Høgh new Secretary General of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters
09 December 2011
John Renner Hansen to continue as Head of Institute at NBI
07 December 2011
Biophysicist Lene Oddershede receives the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences Silver Medal
24 November 2011
Lene Oddershede is working with experimental molecular biophysics. She is being awarded the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters Silver Medal 2011 for her outstanding research into the development and application of optical tweezers.
Professor Carl Chr. Tscherning becomes Knight of the Dannebrog
18 November 2011
Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute, Carl Christian Tscherning has become a Knight 1st Class of the Order of Dannebrog. He has been awarded the Order for his groundbreaking research and his many years as a professor.
Physicists rethink cancer treatments
31 October 2011
At the Niels Bohr Institute, Lene Oddershede, who heads the biophysics group Optical Tweezers, has received a grant of 2½ million kroner from the Lundbeck Foundation along with the Panum Institute. Together they will investigate an entirely new...
Aksel Walløe - 40 years with World Weather
27 October 2011
Perhaps Denmark’s leading weather expert, Aksel Walløe Hansen, is celebrating his 40-year anniversary. Aksel Walløe Hansen is an associate professor, lic. scient. at the Niels Bohr Institute, where he conducts research into the climate of the Earth.
Thomas Heimburg receives 10 million kroner to research nerves
24 October 2011
Four physicists have a combined 100 years anniversary
04 October 2011
A strong group of physicists can now celebrate that they have been employed for 25 years in service to the government and the Niels Bohr Institute – all are professors and heads of research groups, one is the head of them all.
Peter Lodahl new professor of quantum photonics at NBI
08 September 2011
The Niels Bohr Institute has just appointed a new professor, Peter Lodahl, and in doing so have added an entirely new field of research, quantum photonics, which is a fusion of quantum optics and nanophysics.