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2010.02.23 | Research news

Young scientist receives international award for innovative research and communicating the results

Associate Professor J. Preben Morth from the Department of Molecular Biology, Aarhus University, has been granted the John Kendrew Award 2010. This award is given every year by the Alumni Association at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) to a young scientist who has contributed with innovative research at a high international level…

2010.02.02 | Research news

Maria Musgaard receives the EliteForsk Travel Scholarship

PhD student Maria Musgaard receives the EliteForsk (Elite Research) Travel Scholarship from the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation. In her PhD project, Maria Musgaard works with biomolecular computer modelling of Ca2+-ATPase, which is responsible for the transport of calcium across membranes in the cells of the body.

2010.01.29 | Research news

Claus Olesen and Anne Marie Lund Winther receives the Young Elite Researcher Prize 2008

Both Claus Olesen and Anne-Marie Lund Winther receive the Young Elite Researcher Prize 2008 from the Danish Councils for Independent Research.

2010.01.28 | Research news

Anja Pernille Einholm receives the scholarship “For Women in Natural Sciences” 2009

Anja Pernille Einholm has received the scholarship “For Women in Natural Sciences” 2009 from L’Oreal, The Danish UNESCO-national commission, and The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.

2010.01.19 | Research news

Prestigious European grant to Professor Poul Nissen

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Professor Poul Nissen from the Department of Molecular Biology, Aarhus University, Center Director of PUMPkin, an Advanced Investigator Research Grant of more than DKK 18 million (EUR 2.44 million). Poul Nissen and his research group are recognized in the main area of "Life Sciences and Medicine" as…

2010.01.15 | Research news

Anne N. Holdensen receives the Fogh-Nielsen Prize

PhD student Anne N. Holdensen received the Fogh-Nielsen Prize at the PhD Day 2010 at Aarhus University. The Fogh-Nielsen Prize is awarded to a researcher for excellent achievements in research. Anne N. Holdensen won the prize for the best abstract/presentation with the title "Crucial Determinant of Ca2+ Transport Cycle Rate of SERCA".

2009.12.10 | Research news

Researchers from Aarhus University participate in the award of the Nobel Prize

Two Danish researchers - Ditlev E. Brodersen and Poul Nissen from the Department of Molecular Biology, Aarhus University - are currently in Stockholm to participate in the award of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2009.

2009.10.07 | Research news

Large Danish contribution to the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2009

Professor Poul Nissen has contributed significantly to the work of Thomas A. Steitz, Yale University, USA, which was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2009. Poul Nissen has been working in the laboratory of Thomas A. Steitz through a three-year visit as a post doctoral fellow.

The CPA toxin (purple) sits right at the edge of the membrane and prevents the calcium ions (the light blue balls) from being transported to the other side of the membrane. Under the stop sign you see the toxin CPA (purple) which acts as a plug in the calcium pump.

2009.09.23 | Research news

Researchers identify mechanism of a known toxic compound in food

The toxic compound cyclopiazonic acid (CPA) has been known for many years, but it is only now that researchers have found out how the toxic compound works. This discovery will help researchers to develop new antibiotics.

2009.04.23 | Research news

J. Preben Morth receives the Annual Biotechnology Award for Young Researchers

In April 2009 J. Preben Morth received the Annual Biotechnology Award for Young Researchers. The award was given at the 3rd Annual Biotechnology Lecture and Awards in Copenhagen, where J. Preben Morth gave a talk on "The Crystal Structure of the Sodium Pump, from Structure to Function".

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