News & Events

Camilla Modéer named Honorary Doctor
Camilla Modéer, chair of NanoLund's External Advisory Council and member of the NanoLund Board has been named honorary doctor by The Faculty of Engineering at Lund University. Camilla... Read more »
Thomas Laurell wins Distinguished Professor grant
Thomas Laurell won a Distinguished Professor grant from the Swedish Research Council with the title “Ultrasonic standing wave fields and extracellular vesicles enable novel routes in... Read more »
Research environment grants hosted by NanoLund
Out of a total of 9 Research Environment Grants within natural and engineering sciences from the Swedish Research Council, two went to NanoLund Researchers and their... Read more »
ERC Consolidator Grant to Åsa Haglund
Åsa Haglund (at Chalmers University, NanoLund Affiliated Member) has won an ERC consolidator grant with the title: “UV-LASE: Out of the blue: membrane-based microcavity lasers from... Read more »
Best Poster Award to Alfred Larsson
Alfred Larsson won best poster award at the winter school "Conventional and High-energy spectroscopies for inorganic, organic and bimolecular surfaces and interfaces" held 2-6... Read more »
Kimberly Dick Thelander named Wallenberg Scholar
Kimberly Dick Thelander has been named Wallenberg scholar. The Wallenberg Scholar program focuses on Sweden’s leading senior researchers. It was implemented because researchers need... Read more »
Collaboration project on breast cancer cells
NanoLund Member Thomas Laurell works with Emma Niméus from the Medical Faculty on a method to separate cells from breastcancer tumor tissue according to size, density and mechanical... Read more »
Theatre on Nanoplastics
Tommy Cedervall and fellow researchers are setting up a theatre play and a workshop in collaboration with the theatre Sagohuset in Lund, targeted  towards high school students. The play... Read more »
Iron-based solar cells on track to becoming more efficient
An international study led from Lund University in Sweden shows that 30 per cent of the energy in a certain type of light-absorbing iron molecule disappears in a previously unknown manner. By... Read more »
Tommy Cedervall interviewed on nanoplastic
Tommy Cedervall has been interviewed about nanoplastics on two different occations during September. WHO issued a report on an analysis of current research related to microplastics in... Read more »
Martin Leijnse involved in awarded ERC Synergy Grant
Martin Leijnse and three researchers from University of Copenhagen have received in total 10 million Euro for an ERC Synergy project called ‘Foundations of nonlocal and nonabelian... Read more »
Double nanowire Josephson junction device in the frontier of physics research
In recent work involving NanoLund's Lars Samuelson, Hongqi Xu and Sören Jeppesen closely collaborating with a group at University of Tokyo/RIKEN in Japan and a group at Peking... Read more »
Poster Award to Susanna Hammarberg
At the 31st MAX IV User Meeting on September 23-25, 2019 Susanna Hammarberg won the Student Poster Award 2019 for her poster: “Strain mapping of nanowire device using scanning... Read more »
KAW project funding for Kennet Wärnmark
The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation announced on October 1st that Kenneth Wärnmark wins one of 20 prestigious grants for ground-breaking research projects. The grant of 35 MSEK over... Read more »
Smoluchowski Award to Maria Messing
Associate Professor Maria Messing received the Smoluchowski Award August 27, 2019, during the Annual European Aerosol Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Smoluchowski Award, named after the... Read more »
Luke Hankin new Head of Lund Nano Lab
We are very happy to announce that Luke Hankin is starting today as new Head of laboratory for Lund Nano Lab, succeeding Maria Huffman. Luke comes from a position as Engineering Director at Sol... Read more »
Solar cell research featured in Sydsvenskan
A feature in Sydsvenskan describes Tönu Pullerits' research on perovskites as a material for more efficient solar cells and describes the limitations with the current silicon solar... Read more »
Cellevate named Nanotech Company of the Year 2019
Cellevate AB, a company spun out from a project at the Engineering Nanoscience Program at Lund University, was named Nordic Nanotech Company of the Year 2019 last week at the NanoForum... Read more »
Spermosens AB secures funding
Rapidus reports that the recently established Spermosens AB secured 2,5 MSEK in funding from private investors and and 0,3 MSEK from Vinnova. Spermosens AB led by NanoLund graduate Kushagr... Read more »
Radio interview with Andreas Wacker on SI-changes
Andreas Wacker was interviewed on May 20th by Swedish Radio P4 about the 2019 redefinition of the kilogram according to the SI base units. Listen to the interview here (Kilogrammet... Read more »

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Seminars of general interest and other events at NanoLund:

Public defense: Reza Jafari Jam
Published 2020-01-08 10:36 by Anastasiia Anastasis
On Thursday January 30, 2020 at 13:15 in lectur...
Nanoscience Breadth Course
Published 2020-01-08 10:19 by Jonas Johansson
 Meeting before colloquium.
Nanoscience Breadth Course
Published 2020-01-08 10:20 by Jonas Johansson
 Meeting after colloquium.
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