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The Third International Conference on Engineered Living Materials (ELMs) will gather the communities of material scientists, synthetic biologists, biotechnologies, and biophysicists interested in programming and creating biohybrid materials with life-like capabilities.
The Nachwuchsakademie “Engineered Living Materials” is a DFG workshop for early-career investigators in Engineered Living Materials funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation).
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Advanced Science published the first experimental paper tackling deep fundamental aspects of bacterial behavior in engineered living materials by INM authors Shardul Bhusari, Shrikrishnan Sankaran, and Aránzazu del Campo.
In many processes in nature and industry, small objects form ordered layers in liquids on solid surfaces. Standard models describe the objects as spheres with homogeneous surfaces, but many particles have flattened sides – for example, if they are made of metal. Scientists at the INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials in Saarbrücken and the University of Sydney have recently shown that such polyhedral particles form completely different structures than spherical particles. The properties of the resulting materials, and potentially their recyclability, are also distinct. The results of the research cooperation have now been published in the renowned journal Advanced Materials.
Dr. Oskar Staufer
University of Oxford
Eduard Arzt, Professor of New Materials at Saarland University and Scientific Director of the INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials, was awarded the highest distinction of the TMS – The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society on the occasion of a research visit to the USA. At the invitation of the University of California in San Diego, he gave the Stanford S. and Beverly P. Penner Distinguished Lecture.
Superkondensatoren und Batterien sind Energiespeichertypen mit unterschiedlichen Vorteilen. Während Batterien mit hohen Speicherkapazitäten punkten, überzeugt bei den Superkondensatoren die kurze Ladezeit. Gibt es Schnittmengen bei den zugrundeliegenden Technologien? Lassen sich die Vorteile aus beiden Welten verbinden? Damit beschäftigt sich das Autorenteam um Prof. Volker Presser vom Saarbrücker Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien (INM) und Dr. Simon Fleischmann, Helmholtz-Institut Ulm (HIU), in ihrem Perspektivartikel im renommierten Wissenschaftsjournal Nature Energy.
The Leibniz ScienceCampus Living Therapeutic Materials invites to the talk of:
Dr. Carlos F. Guimarães, University of Minho, Braga & Stanford Med School, Palo Alto, CA, USA
Microfluidic-Driven Hydrogel Biofabrication of 3D Biological Models and Living Optical Fibers
On-site: Leibniz-Saal, INM, D 2 5
You receive the link for remote participation from: email@example.com
Dr. Ing. Can Dincer
Freiburg University, Germany
“High-Entropy Energy Materials in the Age of Big Data: A Critical Guide to Next-Generation Synthesis and Applications” (Adv. Energy Mater. 47/2021)
Qingsong Wang, Leonardo Velasco, Ben Breitung, Volker Presser
First published: 16 December 2021