22 Sep 2022
Lars Samuelson receives the IVA’s Great Gold Medal
Lars Samuelson, professor of nanotechnology and semiconductor electronics at LTH and founder of NanoLund, is awarded the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences’ (IVA) Great ...
7 Sep 2022
Two Nobel Symposia held in Southern Sweden within one month
Normally, Nobel Symposia are quite rare, therefore it is quite remarkable that NanoLund researchers were the main organizers of two symposia that took place nearly at the same time...
1 Sep 2022
The Gothenburg Lise Meitner Award to Anne L’Huillier
In memory of the nuclear physicist Lise Meitner, the Gothenburg Physics Centre since 2006 awards a prize to a scientist who made a breakthrough discovery in physics. Next week, Ann...
25 Aug 2022
Louise Gren receives Sparbanken Skånes Research prize 2022
The Sparbanken Skåne Prize to a new doctor at LTH for particularly outstanding doctoral thesis is in 2022 awarded NanoLundian Louise Gren for her thesis in Aerosol Technology.
12 Jul 2022
Working towards a semiconductor strategy for Sweden
How should we collaborate on a national strategy for semiconductors? The answer could be closer than we think. After the panel discussion during “Politics Week” in Almedalen, Lund ...
1 Jul 2022
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28 Jun 2022
Call for WISE faculty recruitments
The Wallenberg Initiative Materials Science for Sustainability – WISE – is hiring, and two of the WISE fellows will be at NanoLund, one in Materials Chemistry. Please help us sprea...
23 Jun 2022
Getting a sneak peek into science
Summer holiday? Not yet – at least not for the three high school students, who were chosen to spend two weeks at NanoLund right after the end of the school year.
19 Jun 2022
Swedish Catalysis Society Berzelius Prize to NanoLundian
NanoLundian and Assistant professor Sara Blomberg at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Lunds tekniska högskola, Lunds universitet, was awarded the Swedish Catalysis Society B...
16 Jun 2022
Unique project studies fire smoke in detail
We all know that when it burns, it smokes. But what do we really know about the contents of that smoke and how it is affected by different fire processes? Not only that, but how do...
13 Jun 2022
NanoLund Annual Report 2021
In the Annual Report for 2021 which just arrived from the print shop, you can see our new stats and read about some of the highlights from last year.
8 Jun 2022
“Nanoscience and Semiconductor Technology” becomes LTH profile area
LTH (the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University) now launches profile areas to be able to stronger respond to societal challenges. We are happy to announce that ”Nanoscience and...
31 May 2022
Free-standing metal halide perovskite nanowires – one step closer to new, clean energy
For the first time, researchers have succeeded in growing vertically aligned, free-standing metal halide perovskite (MHP) nanowires. This scalable, self-aligned, and lithography-fr...
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...