The Humboldt Research Award is granted to scientists who have had a lasting impact on their field of research. Humboldt Laureate Prof. Nigel Browning, one of the world’s leading experts in the field of electron microscopy, will spend his scientific stay at the INM
The INM awards two scholarships for a research internship in materials science at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). The internship will take place from June to August 2020 (9 weeks) as part of the ICMR Undergraduate Research Internship Program between the UCSB, Saarland University and the INM.
On November 27, 2019, a workshop will take place within the framework of the project Visualisation of Open Access Publications in the Reference Instruments of a Library – visOA at the INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials.
Visit us at this year’s Medica from 18 to 21 November in Düsseldorf. Discover the new, bio-inspired adhesive structures and concepts of the INM. Get in touch with us – at the joint stand “Research for the future” in hall three at stand D94.
For his publication “The influence of beam broadening on the spatial resolution of Annular dark field scanning transmission electron microscopy” he received the Best Software and Instrumentation Paper Award.
Researchers of the Leibniz Research Alliance Nanosafety, Saarland University and TU Dortmund analysed a cell culture model that mimics the real conditions a little closer – they grew human lung cells on flexible surfaces that were stretched in a respiration-like mode. Lung cells that were stretched reacted in a way that resembled an inflammatory response.
Synthesis, structure and biological applications of bimetallic and ultrasmall nanoparticles
A symposium for female scientists