Nanobioscience is an interdisciplinary scientific field, in which techniques on a nano-scale are used to understand and utilise the construction of nature and the molecular principles and structures which are the cornerstones of all biology. The purpose of Nanobioscience is for instance to use biological molecules for constructing functional nano-materials with a long list of groundbreaking uses.
To be admitted to the Master programme in Nanobioscience, you must hold a relevant Bachelor's degree.
The Nanobioscience programme at SDU is characterised by a large number of electives. This allows you to specialise by taking elective courses at SDU or abroad or by conducting a research project in close cooperation with a business.
At the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, research is done in fields such as materials and environment, modelling and complex systems, medical chemistry and pharmaceutical technology, living technology and biophysics, and theoretical physics.