In a new study, researchers have created an artificial molecule that can do the same things as the oxygen molecule in the human body. The discovery could revolutionize nanotechnology – and it also helps to explain one of Nature’s great enigmas: why do we have right and left hands?
The new tool can help us create drugs and materials that are better for the environment, animals and humans. It can be used to improve the way we make vaccines, for example – so they can work faster and be safer for people. It can also be used to reduce the amount of antibiotics needed to treat infections. The researchers are hoping to use the tool in the future to develop drugs that will have fewer side effects for patients.
It is a very valuable research tool, which means that it will be widely used by scientists around the world. This is because it is very easy to use and interpret. It will save time for scientists who are analyzing data. It will also allow them to compare different types of data more easily.
In addition, it is possible to use the tool to generate more accurate results than would be possible using current methods. This is because the system takes into account all the available information about a sample, including molecular structure and the occurrence of other chemical reactions. This will make it easier for researchers to find patterns and similarities in chemical reactions.
A team of students from SDU Robotics has won the unofficial championship in industry robots – World Robot Challenge in Japan. This is the result of a lot of hard work, dedication and excellent teamwork. We are proud of them!
SDU has a new dean of the Faculty of Business and Social Sciences. Peter Mollgaard has extensive international experience and he brings strong strategic leadership to the university. He has held several managerial positions in the private sector and has a long track record of cooperation with universities abroad.
The SDU Faculty of Science is the largest in Denmark with more than 6,000 students and 350 employees. It is an internationally recognized research institution and the university has a number of strategic partnerships with businesses and institutions all over the world.
For many years, SDU has been a pioneer in the field of sustainability, and we are constantly working on developing innovative solutions to global challenges. This is the foundation for our reputation as a leading sustainable university, and it has earned SDU a top 11 position in Green Metrics’ 2021 ranking of universities’ work with sustainability.
SDU’s work with sustainability is focused on four areas: sustainable energy, food, water and climate. We are also developing new educational programmes, and we’re working to make it easier for students to get the right skills to become leaders in sustainability. We have a clear vision and a strong ambition to make a difference in the world. This is why we want to take the lead in sustainability – now and for generations to come.