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Namely Names 2015
A.P. Møller Foundation donates 25 million kroner to ice core research
20 March 2015
Biophysicist receives EliteForsk Award 2015
26 February 2015
Biophysics professor Lene Oddershede of the University of Copenhagen's Niels Bohr Institute at the Faculty of Science will receive an EliteForsk Award - Denmark's largest public research award - on Thursday, February 26. Lene Oddershede's work mainly focuses on an interdisciplinary research domain where physics, biology and medicine merge.
Two researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute receive large ERC grants
03 February 2015
Two researchers in astrophysics - Sune Toft, associate professor at the Dark Cosmology Centre and Jes Jørgensen, associate professor in Astrophysics and Planetary Science have each received 15 million kroner (approx. 2 million euro) from the European Research
Jan W. Thomsen receives annual teaching award at NBI
30 January 2015
“For more than five years, Jan Thomsen has captivated class after class as he takes students on a journey into the world of optics,” reads the justification from the students for recommending Jan Thomsen for the Niels Bohr Institute’s award for teacher of the year
Three researchers at NBI receive grants from the Villum Foundation
22 January 2015
Three researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute, theoretical physicist Michael Trott, condensed matter physicist Jessica Bolinsson and astrophysicist Claudio Grillo have received grants totalling 13.4 million kroner from the Villum Foundation’s Young Investigator Programme.
Lene Oddershede appointed professor
19 January 2015
Lene Oddershede, head of the research group Optical Tweezers at the Niels Bohr Institute, has been appointed professor of experimental biophysics. In the last year, Lene Oddershede has received a grant from the Danish National Research Foundation
14.5 million DKK for interdisciplinary cancer therapy project led by Lene Oddershede
07 January 2015
A new research project will work to develop a treatment that only affects cancer tumours locally. The treatment involves injecting tiny nanoparticles into the tumour, where they are irradiated and destroy the cancer from within.