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13.09.2021 Paper "Amphiphilic copolymers for versatile, facile, and in situ tunable surface biofunctionalization" published

The new paper Amphiphilic copolymers for versatile, facile, and in situ tunable surface biofunctionalization by André Ruland, Saskia Schenker, Lucas Schirmer, Jens Friedrichs, Andrea Meinhardt, Véronique B. Schwartz, … more »

09.09.2021 Dr. Elisha Krieg has been awarded "TUD Young Investigator"

Dr. Elisha Krieg, junior research group leader at Institute of Biofunctional Polymer Materials, has been awarded "TUD Young Investigator" at TU Dresden, Faculty of Chemistry and Food Chemistry. As a TUD Young … more »

01.09.2021 Colloquium: Dr. Aldona Mzyk, "Nanoscale MRI for real-time free radical detection in living cells"

Dr. Aldona Mzyk, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands Nanoscale MRI for a real-time free radical detection in living cells September 01, 2021 more »

19.05.2021 Colloquium: Dr. Berat Taskin, "Fabrication of cell-instructive ECM analogs via electrospinning"

Dr. Berat Taskin, Department for Functional Materials in Medicine and Dentistry, Universität Würzburg, GermanyFabrication of cell-instructive ECM analogs via electrospinningMay 19, 2021 more »

12.04.2021 Paper „Sulfonated cryogel scaffolds for focal delivery in ex-vivo tissue cultures” published

The new paper Sulfonated cryogel scaffolds for focal delivery in ex-vivo brain tissue cultures by Dimitri Eigel, Romy Schuster, Max J. Männel, Julian Thiele, Martyna J. Panasiuk, Laura C. Andreae, Carmine Varicchio, … more »

09.04.2021 Photo contest: 2021 ibidi Calendar

Maximilian Fusenig and Nicholas Dennison took part in the photo contest 2021 of the company ibidi and their picture was chosen to be published in the month of April. The picture shows the complex network formation of … more »

07.04.2021 New EU project aims to conduct research into new therapies for pancreatic cancer

Professor Daniela Lössner will establish a research group at the Leibniz Institute of Polymer research e.V. (IPF), working on the development of 3D cell culture platforms for research into new therapies for pancreatic … more »

04.04.2021 New project of Carsten Werner and Ayala Lampel funded by DFG

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) has decided to grant the collaborative project „Expanding the matrix space – modulating growth factor signals by cell instructive glycosaminoglycan (GAG)-peptide hydrogels with … more »

18.03.2021 Start-up Neuron-D using innovative technology of IPF

The Dresden-based start-up Neuron-D GmbH is developing a high-throughput system for testing drug candidates to treat neurodegenerative diseases on the basis of a license agreement with the German Center for … more »

23.02.2021 Strategic cooperation between Carl Zeiss AG and TU Dresden - IPF involved

The TU Dresden and Carl Zeiss AG signed a cooperation agreement on February 17th, 2021 to establish a long-term strategic partnership. This is intended to consolidate cooperation in the areas of research, teaching and … more »

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