With a Nanoparticle separation kit (NanoSeK) we have the methodology and design of a cheap and easy to produce test for nanoparticles down to 20 nm. For each size range, a different type of PDMS imprint is necessary.
The end of a project, but the start of many new ideas Nanosilver particle detection via a fast test was […]
If you like to know more about the different efforts we took to detect nanoparticles on a general level for […]
We invite you to our final event to introduce you to our path in detecting very small nanoparticles and discriminate […]
The NIBS conference (nanotechnology and innovation in the Baltic Sea area) from 4-6 August offered three days of exchange between […]
Our brochure for the project CheckNano is ready for use! It gives an overview in a format meant for non-specialists. […]
With more than 100 online participants this event attracted a lot of specialists in the field. The presentations covered an […]
In the CheckNano project, we have developed two alternatives and scalable approaches to engineer multi-scale particle arrays, based on capillary […]
At CCM ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING, they develop a method to distinguish nanoparticles from images taken in darkfield microscopy. The aim is […]
On 16 June, we welcome seven committed speakers to our event. They will introduce us to a part of the […]
Videnskab.dk interviews Jacek Fiutowski in an article about the save use of nanoparticles. He mentions some of the advantages of […]
The analysis of nanoparticles (NPs) in biological matrices poses many challenges when trying to sample specific particles. We explored various […]
Dynamic light scattering (DLS) (also known as photon correlation spectroscopy) is one of the most widely used techniques for the […]
Researcher Roana M. de Olivera Hansen from Nanosyd received this years Innovation Award. One of South Jutland’s big humanitarian and […]
This year’s evaluations had a tough time, the only advantage being that people were easier to reach. Despite all difficulties, CheckNano managed with ease.
The SDU Nanoparticle-Light Interaction Calculator is an interactive dashboard that combines the functionality of the refractiveindex.info database with scattering calculations. […]
An article from NyViden (June 2020), SDUs journal of science at the university, puts light on the different ways we […]
Prince Gupta visited the Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, for training and hand-on experience on capillary force assisted nanoparticle self-assembly […]
CPHNANO is a new cooperation partner of CheckNano. The company in Lyngby develops new ways to execute simple laboratory experiments […]
Co-creation is a way to help innovations that society needs. It is foreseeable that coming EU funding programmes will focus more on this topic after having focused on company participation in the development process.