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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:

Polar patterns of driven filaments

V. Schaller, C. Weber, C. Semmrich, E. Frey, and A. R. Bausch - Nature, 467, pp. 73-77 (2010) more …

Nanostructure and mechanics of mummified type I collagen from the 5300-year-old Tyrolean Iceman

M. Janko, A. Zink, A. M. Gigler, W. M. Heckl, and R. W. Stark - Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Science, 277 (1692), pp 2301-2309 (2010) more …

Transport, Separation, and Accumulation of Proteins on Supported Lipid Bilayers

J. Neumann, M. Hennig, A. Wixforth, S. Manus, J. O. Rädler, and M. F. Schneider - Nano Lett., 10 (8), pp. 2903–2908 (2010) more …

Pulling a Single Polymer Molecule off a Substrate Reveals the Binding Thermodynamics of Cosolutes

M. Geisler, R. R. Netz, and T. Hugel - Angew. Chem. Int. Edition, Vol. 49 (28), pp. 4730-4733 (2010) more …

A Programmable DNA-Based Molecular Valve for Colloidal Mesoporous Silica

A. Schlossbauer, S. Warncke, P. M. E. Gramlich, J. Kecht, A. Manetto, T. Carell, and T. Bein - Angew. Chem. Int. Edition, published online: 10 Jun 2010 more …

Colchicine-Loaded Lipid Bilayer-Coated 50 nm Mesoporous Nanoparticles Efficiently Induce Microtubule Depolymerization upon Cell Uptake

V. Cauda, H. Engelke, A. Sauer, D. Arcizet, C. Bräuchle, J. Rädler, and T. Bein - Nano Lett., Vol. 10 (7), pp 2484–2492 (2010) more …

Charge Separation in Type II Tunneling Multi layered Structures of CdTe and CdSe Nanocrystals Directly Proven by Surface Photovoltage Spectroscopy

D. Gross, I. Mora-Sero, T. Dittrich, A. Belaidi, C. Mauser, A. J. Houtepen, E. Da Como, A. L. Rogach and J. Feldmann - J. Am. Chem. Soc., 132 (17), pp 5981–5983 (2010) more …

Molecular Jigsaw: Pattern Diversity Encoded by Elementary Geometrical Features

C. Rohr, M. Balbs Gambra, K. Gruber, E. C. Constable, E. Frey, T. Franosch and B. A. Hermann - Nano Lett., Article ASAP DOI: 10.1021/nl903225j (2010) more …

Resolving Single-Molecule Assembled Patterns with Superresolution Blink-Microscopy

T. Cordes, M. Strackharn, S. W. Stahl, W. Summerer, C. Steinhauer, C. Forthmann, E. M. Puchner, J. Vogelsang, H. E. Gaub and P. Tinnefeld - Nano Lett., 10 (2), pp 645–651 ( 2010) more …

DNA-Origami als Nanometerlineal für die superauflösende Mikroskopie

C. Steinhauer, R. Jungmann, T. L. Sobey, F. C. Simmel and P. Tinnefeld Angewandte Chemie, 14. Okt. (2009) more …