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A 34 MDKK grant will be used to establish a Center for biomembranes in nanomedicine at the University of Copenhagen.
The grant comes from the Lundbeck foundation. Work at the centre will be focused on the basic biological processes that occur in the cell membrane, and that makes it possible for cells to communicate by transferring chemical signals. The researchers hope that the results will contribute to new ways to treat diseases of the brain, bacterial infections, biological nanosensors for diagnostics, and drug delivery systems for targeting cancer cells.
About Nano Connect Scandinavia
Nano Connect Scandinavia is an EU-funded collaboration project involving eight universities and institutes, as well as five regional public bodies, in Sweden and Denmark. The objective is to boost nanoscience and nanotechnology in the region and to increase the commercialization of research.
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Johan Borgström, Øresund University, Nano Connect Scandinavia project manager.
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