Nanoparticles make their way into a broad range of products and help to optimise everyday life, but the tiny particles can also end up taking their toll on our health. Within the project consortium, CheckNano supported by Interreg5a, we will test products for possible harmful particles.

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Nanoparticle detection with imaging techniques

At CCM ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING, they develop a method to distinguish nanoparticles from images taken in darkfield microscopy. The aim is […]

Sensor applications based on nano- and microtechnologies

On 16 June, we welcome seven committed speakers to our event. They will introduce us to a part of the […]

Interview with Jacek Fiutowski in Videnskab.dk

Videnskab.dk interviews Jacek Fiutowski in an article about the save use of nanoparticles. He mentions some of the advantages of […]

Lab-on-chip (LoC) nanoparticle sorting

The analysis of nanoparticles (NPs) in biological matrices poses many challenges when trying to sample specific particles. We explored various […]