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Kawabata Evaluation System (KES) showing the method of testing on human hair: Left: bending rigidity of a hair tress, Right: friction of the hair surface.

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Dr. Juliana Kurniadi

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Gel rods (green) with incorporated small amounts of magnetic nanoparticles act as a guidance system for nerve cells (red, in the right image). The gel rods are stabilized by a surrounding very soft gel matrix (blue, in the left image).

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Dr. Laura De Laporte

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Dr. César Rodriguez-Emmenegger

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Cells adhering on glass surfaces with nanogel arrays.

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Prof. Dr. Andrij Pich

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(c) Dr. Smriti Singh, DWI

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Dr. Smriti Singh

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Fluorescent images of a cellulose tube with cells (left) and tubular freestanding cell construct after degradation of the CNF template (right).
Blue: cell nuclei, Green: cell cytoskeleton

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Dr. Laura De Laporte

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MicrogelZyme design: microgels modified by gold nanoparticles conjugated with alpha-cyclodextrin

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Prof. Dr. Andrij Pich

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Thorsten Palmer

T +49 241 80-23394
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Prof. Dr. Andreas Walther

T +49 761 203-96895
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Dr. Alexander Kühne

T +49 241 80-23341
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Dr. Andrea Körner

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Dr. Smriti Singh

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Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schwaneberg

T +49 241 80-24170
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Dr. Elisabeth Heine

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Dr. Elisabeth Heine

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