Programmable biomaterials for bone regeneration introduced more
Regeneration work on the Teltow-Seehof campus: In 2021, Teltow-Seehof research campus turns 100 years old. Throughout almost a century of polymer research, the campus has seen many changes. Current changes affect two of the older buildings on site – houses H and O.
Innovator in biomaterial research, Joachim Kohn, visits the Institute of Biomaterial Science more
Interview with the well-known physicist and pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence more
The Transformation of Polymer Research by Digital Technologies more
Scientists from the Université de Bordeaux and the HZG have developed a highly efficient micromotor that also serves as an energy storage device. more
Research from the Institute of Biomaterial Science on the design of multifunctional materials was featured in a Physics World webinar on Monday 17th June 2019. more
Advanced Functional Polymers for Medicine conference. Nine of the Institute’s researchers present their work at the AFPM conference, on June 5th-7th in Aalto University, Finland.
Tiny drug carriers: new methods to develop tailor-made polymers for nano-carriers more
Prof Andreas Lendlein presents the work of the Institute at the Frontiers in Biomedical Polymers Symposium more
What do rising bollards and Biomaterial Science have in common? more
On the 14th May 2019, the Helmholtz Graduate School for Macromolecular Bioscience had the honour of welcoming Prof. Kinam Park to the Institute for Biomaterial Science. more
On the 8th-11th April, Prof. Andreas Lendlein visited Israel, a country with a unique innovation landscape. more
For the first time, the Association of the Work Councils for Non-University Research Institutions (AGBR) met at the Institute of Biomaterial Science. more
Institute of Biomaterial Science helps pupils discover new careers and test out their abilities. more
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