04.10.2018 Bio-based hybrid antimicrobial surfaces

Kolloquium: Vania Moreira, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK more »

28.09.2018 The Cluster of Excellence proposal "Physics of Life“ of TU Dresden successful

The Cluster of Excellence proposal "Physics of Life“ of TU Dresden (speaker: Stephan Grill) was successful - we are excited to be part of this new initiative. more »

27.09.2018 New project of Dr. Ralf Helbig funded by DFG

The German Research Foundation (DFG) will support Dr. Ralf Helbig over the next three years through his project „Antifouling surfaces with spatially alternating interfacial properties". With his collaborators … more »

17.09.2018 Pathomimetic cancer avatars reveal divergent roles of microenvironment in invasive phenotype of breast cancer

Kolloquium: Dr. Bonnie Sloane, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA more »

15.08.2018 ResCure — hydrogels for healing chronic wounds

Uwe Freudenberg gives an invited presentation in the "Translational Session“ at the BIOINTERFACES 2018 conference in Zurich. more »

02.07.2018 Alzheimer’s in mini format: A novel tool to study disease mechanisms and possible remedies

Laboratory experiments provide clues on how repair processes of the brain could be promoted in Alzheimer’s disease. The studies are based on a new model system that uses human stem cells and biohybrid polymer hydrogels. … more »

07.06.2018 Carsten Werner at " International Nanofiber Symposium 2018"

Carsten Werner presents a keynote lecture „Cross scale design of cell-instructive polymer materials" at the "International Nanofiber Symposium 2018” in Tokyo, Japan. … more »

08.12.2017 Dr. Lars Renner vertritt Dresdner Bioengineering-Forschung auf dem sächsich-tschechischen Innovationstag

Der jährlich stattfindende sächsisch-tschechische Innovationstag war in diesem Jahr dem Thema „Biomedizin & Bioengineering“ gewidmet. Vertreter aus Wissenschaft und Industrie der Tschechischen Republik und des … more »

28.08.2017 Publication in Nature Microbiology: Endless forms most beautiful

Since the formation of the first membrane compartments encapsulating primitive cellular machinery, ever more complex biological shapes have evolved. The shapes of most bacteria are imparted by the structures of their … more »

03.07.2017 Carsten Werner at "Symposium Proteases and the Tumori Microenvironment"

Carsten Werner speaking at the Symposium "Proteases and the Tumori Microenvironment" more »

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