08. August 2018 09:56:

Here you can see our latest publications in July.
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10.10. - 12.10. 2018
Conference: "Hermann-Neuberger-Sportschule", Saarbrücken
10.10. - 12.10. 2018
21. August 2018 12:48:

Read the e-paper, download the pdf file or ask for the print version.

20.08. 2018
Colloquium: 11:00 - 12:00
Leibniz-Saal
20.08. 2018

Engineering neurogenesis for the postnatal brain

01.08. 2018
Colloquium: 11:00 - 12:00
Leibniz-Saal
01.08. 2018

Dynamic Material Systems: FLIPS and Collective Microrobots

01. July 2018 07:00:

Please see our publications in June here.

20.08. - 31.08. 2018
Lecture: Campus Saarbrücken
20.08. - 31.08. 2018
19. June 2018 12:35:

Please see the INM publications of May 2018 here.

10.07. 2018
Colloquium: 11:00 - 12:00
Leibniz-Saal
10.07. 2018

Evolving functionality in disordered nanomaterial networks

13.07. 2018
Colloquium: 11:00 - 12:00
Leibniz-Saal
13.07. 2018

Gold Nanocrystals: Single Particle Electrochemistry and Large Scale Self-Assembly

17.07. 2018
Colloquium: 11:00 - 12:00
17.07. 2018

Photonic Materials for Energy-Saving Applications

25. May 2018 10:40:

The Postdoctoral scientist Malgorzata Wlodarczyk-Biegun from the program division Dynamic Biomaterials at the INM has been distinguished with the L’Oréal-Unesco „For Women in Science“ Award.

03. May 2018 10:10:

The Humboldt Award winner at the INM, Professor Robert McMeeking, is to receive the newly-created Humboldt Alumni Award. Together with the INM, he intends to use the award money of €25,000 to bring about the international networking initiative MePAG (Virtual Humboldt Cluster on the Mechanics and Physics of Adhesion and Grip).

12. April 2018 09:00:

Research scientists at INM developed a special type of flake-type-shaped metal-phosphate particles: They show improved passivation ability and improved diffusion barrier against corrosive substances. Besides zinc phosphate also newly developed manganese phosphate flakes are available.

10. April 2018 15:05:

Tapping and wiping can only work on flexible devices, when flexible materials are used for touchscreens and electric circuits, but not brittle materials like indium tin oxide or silicon. For this purpose, INM is working with the process of electrospinning, a technique that produces ultra-fine fibers.

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