Project NanoVision News
[2023-08-04] Chip NanoImaging finalist in the Wiley Analytical Science Award 2024
Chip NanoImaging AS is one of the finalists in the Wiley
Analytical Science Award 2024. Please vote for us within
the end of
September at the following link:
(Pro-4-Pro) Wiley Analytical Science Award Site
[2023-06-14] Chip NanoImaging Raised NOK 6 million
Chip NanoImaging AS has raised NOK 6 million in a
bridge financing round.
Participants in this round was
Investinor Nord-Norge AS
(NOK 3M) and Norsk Elektro Optikk
AS (NOK 3M).
The increase in capital was registered in
Foretaksregisteret (the Norwegian companies registry)
June 14th 2023.
[2023-06-12] Two new employees in Chip NanoImaging
ChipNano has got two new employees that will work on the
NanoVison project. Anders Nikolai Treland (started in
February) and Daniel Henry Hansen (started June 12).
[2022-07-07] Project Kick-Off Meeting
The project kick-off meeting was held as a digital meeting July 7th 2022.
More information here.
Previous News Stories
[2013-08-23] ERC Starting Grant in 2013
Prestigious EU funding for UiT researcher
Researcher Balpreet Ahluwalia at Department of Physics
and Technology has received a Prestigious ERC Starting
Grant. Only three other Norwegian scientists have
achieved the same.
full article at the UiT web site.
[2020-04-27] Grant of ERC PoC in 2020
UiT researcher with revolutionary chip receives
prestigious funds from the EU.
Nanoscientist Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia receives for the
second time ERC Proof-of-Concept funds. The chip he has
developed can lead to breakthroughs in medical
UiT-forsker med revolusjonerende chip mottar
prestisjetunge midler fra EU.
Nanoforsker Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia mottar for andre gang
ERC Proof-of-Concept midler. Chipen han har utviklet kan
føre til gjennombrudd i medisinsk forskning.
the full article at the UiT web site (in Norwegian).
[2022-03-03] EIC Transition Grant
Received EU millions for the fourth time.
UiT professor Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia and his team at
Chip NanoImaging continue to be successful with their
grant applications. Now their nanoscopy chip is to be
Fekk EU-millionar for fjerde gong.
UiT-professor Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia og teamet hans på
Chip NanoImaging held fram med å lykkast med søknadane
sine. No skal nanoskopi-chipen deira kommersialiserast.
Read the full story at the UiT web site (in Norwegian)