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Thursday, 24 May, 2012

Neue Sonderforschungsbereiche an der LMU

Xenotransplantation, Nanoagenzien, Proteinforschung und Multiple Sklerose more …

Tuesday, 22 May, 2012

Building Site for Molecular Complexes

Green light - contact! more …

Monday, 14 May, 2012

Bayerisches Netzwerk für Biosystemforschung

Auftaktveranstaltung von BioSysNet am Genzentrum der LMU more …

Friday, 11 May, 2012

CeNS Annual Report 2011 is online!

Read about what happened last year at CeNS more …

Wednesday, 02 May, 2012

Ötzi’s blood detected by CeNS researchers

5,000 year old red blood cells discovered - oldest blood known to modern science more …

Thursday, 19 April, 2012

DNA origami puts a smart lid on solid-state nanopore sensors

The latest advance in solid-state nanopore sensors – devices that are made with standard tools of the semiconductor industry yet can offer single-molecule sensitivity for label-free protein screening – expands their bag of tricks through bionanotechnology. Researchers at the Technische Universität more …

Wednesday, 18 April, 2012

New ScienceCast online: Nanoparticles in Cancer Therapy

LMU chemist Professor Thomas Bein studies porous nanoparticles, which show great potential as vehicles for the delivery of drugs to specific target cells. Bein hopes that his research will lead to cancer treatments that have minimal side-effects. The research of Professor Bein's group is now more …

Tuesday, 17 April, 2012

Bundesverdienstkreuz für Patrick Cramer

Vier Professoren der LMU sind am 16. April vom Bayerischen Wissenschaftsminister Dr. Wolfgang Heubisch mit dem Verdienstkreuz am Bande des Verdienstordens der Bundesrepublik Deutschland ausgezeichnet worden: der Biochemiker Patrick Cramer, der evangelische Theologe Friedrich Wilhelm Graf sowie die more …

Tuesday, 10 April, 2012

Nanotechnology - Improved Batteries with Carbon Nanoparticles

From smartphones to e-bikes, the number of mobile electronic devices is steadily growing around the world. As a result, there is an increased need for batteries that are small and light, yet powerful. As the potential for the further improvement of lithium-ion batteries is nearly exhausted, experts more …

Friday, 30 March, 2012

Millionenförderung für Forschungsverbund

Solarforschung für die Energiewende more …