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Research Cooperation

CeNS stimulates and supports research cooperation - crossing the borders between disciplines and different institutions. Shared knowledge and know-how as well as continuous discussions between the members of the network promote synergy effects which boost scientific progress. CeNS continuously provides a multitude of different occasions for the researchers to meet and exchange ideas during scientific meetings and social events. Furthermore, the scientific board awards funding for cooperation projects of scientists belonging to different CeNS groups.

The successful collaborative research work between different CeNS scientists from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Pharmacy and Medicine leads to joint research papers published in high-impact journals. The following list shows a selection of recently published cooperative papers:

Force sensing by the vascular protein von Willebrand factor is tuned by a strong intermonomer interaction

J. P. Müller, S. Mielke, A. Löf, T. Obser, C. Beer, L. K. Bruetzel, D. A. Pippig, W. Vanderlinden, J. Lipfert, R. Schneppenheim, and M. Benoit - doi: 10.1073/pnas.1516214113 PNAS January 19 (2016)  more …

Dual antitumoral potency of EG5 siRNA nanoplexes armed with cytotoxic bifunctional glutamyl-methotrexate targeting ligand

D.-J. Lee, E. Kessel, D. Edinger, D. He, P.M. Klein, Lena Voith von Voithenberg, D. C. Lamb, U. Laechelt, T. Lehto, E. Wagner - BIOMATERIALS, 77 98-110; 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2015.11.004 JAN (2016)  more …

Tunable Water and CO2 Sorption Properties in Isostructural Azine-Based Covalent Organic Frameworks through Polarity Engineering

Linus Stegbauer, Maximilian W. Hahn, Andreas Jentys, Gökcen Savasci, Christian Ochsenfeld, Johannes A. Lercher, and Bettina V. Lotsch- Chemistry of Materials, 27 (23), 7874-7881 (2015)  more …

Relation between the 0.7 anomaly and the Kondo effect: Geometric crossover between a quantum point contact and a Kondo quantum dot

J. Heyder, F. Bauer, E. Schubert, D. Borowsky, D. Schuh, W. Wegscheider, J. von Delft, S. Ludwig - PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 92 (19):10.1103/PhysRevB.92.195401 (2015)  more …

MOF nanoparticles coated by lipid bilayers and their uptake by cancer cells

S. Wuttke, S. Braig, T. Preiss, A. Zimpel, J. Sicklinger, C. Bellomo, J. Raedler, A. Vollmar, T. Bein - CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 51 (87):15752-15755; 10.1039/c5cc06767g (2015)  more …

Quantum Size Effect in Organometal Halide Perovskite Nanoplatelets

J. Sichert, Y. Tong, N. Mutz, M. Vollmer, S. Fischer, K. Milowska, R. Cortadella, B. Nickel, C. Cardenas-Daw, J. Stolarczyk, A. Urban, J. Feldmann - NANO LETTERS, 15 (10):6521-6527 (2015)  more …

Highly efficient intracellular chromobody delivery by mesoporous silica nanoparticles for antigen targeting and visualization in real time

H.-Y. Chiu, W. Deng, H. Engelke, J. Helma, H. Leonhardt, T. Bein - arXiv:1510.05304 (2015)  more …

Switching Plasmons: Gold Nanorod−Copper Chalcogenide Core-Shell Nanoparticle Clusters with Selectable Metal/Semiconductor NIR Plasmon Resonances

M. A. Habeeb Muhammed, M. Döblinger, J. Rodríguez-Fernández - J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137 (36), 11666 (2015)  more …

A tunable azine covalent organic framework platform for visible light-induced hydrogen generation

V. S. Vyas, F. Haase, L. Stegbauer, G. Savasci, F. Podjaski, C. Ochsenfeld & B. V. Lotsch - Nature Communications doi:10.1038/ncomms9508 (2015)  more …

Emergence and Persistence of Collective Cell Migration on Small Circular Micropatterns

F.J. Segerer, F. Thüroff, A.P. Alberola, E. Frey, J.O. Rädler - Physical Review Letters DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.228102 (2015)  more …

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