25.06. 2019
Colloquium: 11:00 - 12:00
Leibniz-Saal
25.06. 2019

Towards the Design of New Sensoaesthetic Materials 

Why Deep-Sea Dragonfish Have Transparent Teeth
06. June 2019 11:40:

In a recent study, scientists from the INM and from America examined the teeth of the deep-sea dragon fish Aristostomias scintillans. They found that the teeth have evolved to reduce light scattering and effectively remove the fish’s wide-open mouth.

Dr. Paez, Julieta Irene 1
29. May 2019 10:13:

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) will support the chemist Dr. Julieta Paez and a PhD student to develop green crosslinking reactions to form polymeric networks.

Latest publications
12. March 2019 09:20:

Here you can see our latest publications in May.

Kontakt: NTNM-Bibliothek
info@ntnm-bib.de

09.07. 2019
Colloquium: 11:00 - 12:00
Leibniz-Saal
09.07. 2019

Soft Electronics and Machines

06. June 2019 10:21:

Here you can see our publications in April.

20. May 2019 10:25:

25.06.2019
Prof. Dr. Mark Miodownik, University College London, GBR
09.07.2019
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Martin Kaltenbrunner, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, AUT

Annual Report 2018 1
06. May 2019 13:28:

The annual report 0f 2018 has been published.

Save the date! Saturday, 25. Mai: Tag der offenen Tür am INM
25.05. 2019
10:00 - 15:00
25.05. 2019

On the open day of Saarland University, INM will open its (laboratory) doors, too. Make sure you stop by !

30. April 2019 10:40:

Here you can see our publications in March.

INM expertise clarifies cause of slight blue discoloration of drinking water in the Heidelberg area
29. April 2019 09:10:

The Physical Analytics Group at the INM succeeded in explaining why drinking water in the community of Dossenheim (Rhein-Neckar Kreis) just outside Heidelberg had a slightly blue color some time ago: the reason was a distribution of nanoscopic, completely harmless lime particles.

17. April 2019 11:30:

In cooperation with the Saarland University Hospital, the INM has developed bioinspired adhesive structures for the treatment of eardrum injuries. The adhesive structures are now to be transferred into a biomedical product.

01. April 2019 09:45:

Here you can see our publications in February.

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