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  • January 8:
    Dominik Hahn:
    Photopattering of Multifunctional in situ hydrogels to demand cell growth and cell fate decisions
    Natalie Haustein:
    Microfluidic alignment and trapping of silicon nanowires for the fabrication of single-nanowire field effect transistors

    February 05:
    Mirko Nowak
    Mammary epithelial morphogenesis inside starPEG-heparin based matrices
    Andreas Gang
    Towards silicon nanowire-based biosensing

    March 05:
    Ralf Helbig
    Wetting and bacterial adhesion on bioinspired functionalized and structured polymer surfaces
    Yangxi Fu
    Nitrogen doped carbon nanotube sensors

    April 09:
    Ulrich Bonda Let's go 3D - How do we analyse our data
    Stefanie Kelle Plasmonic Nano-Biosensors: Development and prototyping for innovative diagnostics of diseases

    May 07:
    Prof. Rinaldi (TU Dresden) Lab-on-Chip and biochips for genomics, proteomics and cellomics

    June 04:
    Diana Goncalves-Schmidt The Midas touch: The secrets behind gold nanorod synthesis
    Carina Silva Microfluidic cell encapsulation and droplet based bacteria antibiotic tests

    Summer Break

    September 03
    Heike Newland Tackling Cell Transplantation Anoikis: An Injectable, Shape Memory Cryogel Microcarrier Platform Material for Stem Celland Neuronal Cell Growth
    Justus Krüger STM study of molecular n-dopants

    October 01
    Lars Renner Bacteria Cell Shape Memory under Mechanical Stress - Residual stresses regulate rod-like cell shape in bacteria
    Luis Antonio Panes Ruiz Highly efficient carbon-nanostructures-based gas sensors for biomedical and other

    November 05 Passant Atallah Synthesis and characterization of selectively desulfated heparin based in-situ scaffolds for wound healing applications Vyacheslav Khavrus Tailor-made carbon nanostructures for practical applications: our portfolio and new ideas

    December 03 Ben Newland Synthesis, characterization and uses of polymer nanotubes
    Frank Eisenhut STM measurements on passivated silicon and four-probe measurements

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