Interdisciplinary is the cornerstone of nanoscience, which mixes chemistry, physics, molecular biology and biology to produce new insight. iNANO consists of researchers from a wide variety of fields who are investigating the properties of our world at the nanoscale.
The focus of DANDRITE is on molecular mechanisms that explain the cellular communication networks in brain circuitries. The translational research is aiming for new strategies in diagnostic and clinical practice, drug discovery and spin-out activities will be encouraged.
The centre provides a transdisciplinary platform to study human interaction and involves researchers from the humanities, social sciences, cognitive sciences, biology and clinical research.
A target-oriented academic research community that has united the Danish universities, who are in the domain of agrifood research in order to devolop the tools and strategies unlocking green transitions of the agrifood systems.
CORC’s mission is to develop new knowledge and technologies for CO2 capture and conversion with the purpose of permanently remove CO2 from the atmosphere at industrial scale in an effort remove the CO2 needed to slow down the global rise in temperature.
Lawyers, anthropologist, biologists, physicians and geologists – a large number of research disciplines join forces in Arctic Research Centre (ARC) to investigate climate changes in the Arctic ecosystems and the impacts on future Arctic society.
Using cutting edge brain imaging technologies, MINDLab seeks new understandings of the human mind and brain in order to improve the treatment of diseases such as autism, dementia, schizophrenia and obesity. MINDLab is centered at the Center of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience (CFIN).
Through the encounter of humanistic and computer science traditions, research on Participatory IT explores how people may shape their own way of living by bringing the practices of participatory processes into the design and use of IT.
Inequality is on the rise many places across the world with detrimental consequences for the well-being of individuals and the cohesion of societies. PIREAU brings together more than 30 scholars from a variety of disciplines to conduct cutting-edge cross-disciplinary research on inequality.
The centre facilitates interdisciplinary research in the academic areas of the social sciences, health sciences and elements from the natural sciences.
The overall aim of iSEQ is to integrate multi-layered biological sequencing data with comprehensive phenotypic and environmental data to increase the understanding of the complex molecular systems governing biological function and human disease.
Contextual cultural studies rooted in the humanities with the natural sciences join forces in a groundbreaking archaeological research initiative exploring the evolution of urbanism and urban networks from the Hellenistic Period to the Middle Ages.