Back in 2001 scientists from the areas of physics and chemistry moved into the same building in order to bring down the barriers between these research areas. At that time Nano-Science Center at University of Copenhagen was one of the first cross-disciplinary initiatives in the world.
In 2003 the center was expanded with the fields of biology, biotechnology and medicine by a transfer of researchers from Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. You can read about the research groups below.
The Nano-Science Center now houses research groups from both the Department of Chemistry, the Niels Bohr Institute, the Department of Public Health, the Department of Food Sciences and the GLOBE Institute.
Learn more about the research going on at the Nano-Science Center from the Annual Report to the right.