Expertise

Our Expertise

At the DWI, the working groups of currently five members of the scientific management combine their different expertise under one roof.

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Mission

Interactive Materials

New materials are the key to the development of forward-looking technologies. In this context, we are facing a central challenge in modern materials research.

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News

News

National strategy for gene and cell-based therapies published - Aachen expertise strongly represented

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New Leibniz ScienceCampus at the DWI

Laborarbeit ACTISONO
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Growing human tissue models for preclinical tests

Laura De laporte und Omidinia Anarkoli
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PhD student Ninon Möhl receives Fellowship of the Joachim Herz Foundation and Fulbright Scholarship

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ERC Advanced Grant for Andreas Herrmann

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Cloaked Microgels

Cloaked Microgels
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The Institute

Perspektiven und Gestaltung

Working at the DWI

Find information on opportunities to work at the DWI.

Equal opportunity and diversity are embedded in the mission statement of the DWI and belong a priori to the self-image of the institute.

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Projects

The project work of the Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials is interdisciplinary and includes several working groups. The majority of the projects are carried out with particular focus on the practical application.

DNA Nanoflower
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Mission

Interactive Materials

New materials are the key to the development of forward-looking technologies. In this context, we are facing a central challenge in modern materials research.

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Infrastructure

Joint Lab fiT

People, medicine and materials - these and other subjects are the focus of interdisciplinary research at the DWI - Leibniz Institute. The "Leibniz Joint Lab fiT" (first in Translation) supports the cooperation with the Medical Faculty of RWTH Aachen University.

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Current publications

  • Publication

    Porous Collagen Scaffolds Enable Endothelial Lumen Formation in Vitro under Both Static and Dynamic Growth Conditions

    L. Rössler, R. Nasehi, N. Hansen, S. Aveic and H. Fischer
    Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials Vol. 112 (7) e35444 (2024)
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    Fibrin Hydrogels Reinforced by Reactive Microgels for Stimulus-Triggered Drug Administration

    M. A. Al Enezy-Ulbrich, T. Belthle, H. Malyaran, V. Kučikas, H. Küttner, R. D. de Lange, M. van Zandvoort, S. Neuss and A. Pich
    Small 2309912 (2024)