20 May 2022
A first step towards large-scale fossil-free hydrogen production
A research group at Lund University has succeeded in creating a hydrogen-producing system using an iron complex as a light-absorbing dye. The new discovery could be an important pi...
10 May 2022
New knowledge of virus particles in the air can reduce the spread of infection in hospitals
The risk of exposure to covid-19 virus particles increases the closer you are to a patient, the higher virus levels of the patient, and if ventilation is inadequate. Measurements o...
3 May 2022
NanoLundian among the delegates to Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
The Lindau Nobel Laureate meetings are annually hosting an event where young scientists – students, PhD candidates and post-docs – meet with Nobel Laureates. This year, NanoLundian...
7 Apr 2022
Tips for writing research applications for calls on sustainable development and Agenda 2030
Are you struggling to writing an application for a call on sustainable development? Do not despair! The Sustainability Forum at Lund University has summarised tips for you of thing...
17 Mar 2022
ERC Consolidator Grant to insect brain mapping
NanoLundian Stanley Heinze gets an ERC Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council, for creating a deeper understanding of the insect brain.
10 Mar 2022
Unique collaboration model for a sustainable production industry
A close collaboration between researchers in sustainable production and materials engineering and researchers at NanoLund is now taking a step up – and together they are developing...
24 Feb 2022
“Sweden can make a leading contribution to future semiconductor technologies”
In Lund, you can find world-leading research in circuit design, new materials, and algorithms that utilize the properties of semiconductor components. Also, strong infrastructure f...
22 Feb 2022
Breakthrough in converting CO2 into fuel using solar energy
Solar power can convert carbon dioxide into fuel, by using advanced materials and ultra-fast laser spectroscopy. The breakthrough could be an important piece of the puzzle in reduc...
9 Feb 2022
Anne L’Huillier wins Wolf Prize in Physics
The Wolf Prize in Physics for 2022 is awarded to Professor Anne L’Huillier of LTH, along with Paul Corkum of the University of Ottawa, Ferenc Krausz of the Max Planck Institute for...
8 Feb 2022
How nanotubes can increase the number of blood stem cells
A multidisciplinary research team at Lund University has innovatively tackled what has long been a major problem in stem cell research. The project has now been awarded a Proof of ...
27 Jan 2022
EUR 2.3 million for Aligned Bio from European Innovation Council Accelerator
The European Innovation Council Accelerator has awarded Aligned Bio €2.3 million in funding, with the possibility of a further €2.3 million in venture capital. This is to accelerat...
25 Jan 2022
New detailed knowledge of harmful protein can help fighting Alzheimer’s disease
Using X-ray and neutron scattering, researchers find important piece of the jigsaw puzzle in the future search for effective drugs.
20 Jan 2022
Nanowire transistor with integrated memory enables the supercomputers of the future
A long-standing bottleneck in technology development has been how to make processors and memories work faster together. Now, researchers in Lund have presented a new solution in wh...
4 Jan 2022
Higher temperatures are needed to ensure carbon nanotubes decomposition
Carbon nanotubes used as additives to polymers do not necessarily degrade under the conditions that normally prevail in waste incineration plants.
22 Dec 2021
Moments of silence point the way towards better superconductors
Temporal patterns could show us how to reduce noise in superconductor devices.
21 Dec 2021
Mathematical model useful in pandemic planning
Linking confirmed covid-19 cases with intensive care admissions and deaths, the model allows prediction and planning of health care burden.
20 Dec 2021
Christmas Calendar from LTH – the gift that keeps on giving
Learn about lab-on-a-chip, and how to make your own pH indicator out of red cabbage.
16 Dec 2021
Chemistry scientist awarded for studies on cell communication
Peter Jönsson is being recognized for his studies of protein-protein interactions on cell surfaces that control communication between cells.
15 Dec 2021
Novel nanostructure formation with atomic-scale precision
Crystal-phase self-selective growth is a result of the interplay between the atomic morphology and the surface energy of nanowires.
14 Dec 2021
VentureLab’s Innovation podcast including NanoLund researchers Magnus Borgström and Yang Chen
Earlier this year, Magnus Borgström and Yang Chen received a special commendation in the Future Innovations for their idea “Transparent solar cells: Solar cell windows”. In this po...