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October 28, 2020 48 min
Når forskerne bevæger sig ned i en verden, der kun fylder én milliontedel af en millimeter, så kan meget pludselig lade sig gøre. Hør om mikroskoper, der kan flytte rundt på enkelte atomer, om nanopartikler, der kan fortælle, om du har haft corona, og om en teknik, der kan hjælpe mennesker med leukæmi.
Rundviser på turen ned i den mikroskopiske verden er fysiker og professor Anja Boisen fra DTU, der er en af verdens førende forskere i, hvad der sker, og hvad vi kan, når vi flytter rundt på naturens mindste bestanddele.

Produceret af Science Report for Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab
Vært: Kristoffer Frøkjær
Medvirkende: Anja Boisen, professor og centerleder ved IDUN på DTU
Tilrettelæggelse, optagelse og redigering: Jens Munch
Speak: Tanja Kjeldgaard
Producer: Tor Arnbjørn
Musik: Carl Frøkjær-Jensen
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