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22.02.2018

Kaye Morgan receives prestigious Phillip Law Postdoctoral Award

We are happy to announce that our TUM-IAS Hans Fischer Fellow Dr. Kaye Morgan won the 2017 Philip Law Postdoctoral Award for the Physical Sciences. This award is open to outstanding early-career researchers (in the area of the...[more]


22.02.2018

Breakthrough for peptide medication - The “Holy Grail” of peptide chemistry: Making peptide active agents available orally

Peptides, short amino acid chains that control many functions in the human body, represent a billion-dollar market, also in the pharmaceutical industry. But, normally these medications must be injected. A research team led by the...[more]


16.02.2018

Krishnendu Chakrabarty was awarded a Fellowship from JSPS in the “Short-term S: Nobel Prize Level” category

We are happy to announce that our TUM-IAS Hans Fischer Senior Fellow Professor Krishnendu Chakrabarty (William H. Younger Professor of Engineering at Duke University and chair of Duke’s Department of Electrical and Computer...[more]


15.12.2017

Camilla Hollanti receives Väisälä Prize in Mathematics

We are pleased to announce that our TUM-IAS Hans Fischer Fellow Professor Camilla Hollanti, who is currently on sabbatical leave from Aalto University, was awarded the Väisälä Prize in Mathematics. The prize is given to one to...[more]


13.12.2017

DNA origami technique enables the building of virus-sized structures

Using the DNA origami technology, Hendrik Dietz - TUM-IAS Carl von Linde Senior Fellow and Professor of Biomolecular Nanotechnology at TUM - has been building nanometer-scale objects for several years. Now Dietz and his team have...[more]


10.11.2017

International Effort for Determining Munich Greenhouse Gas and Pollutant Emissions

The majority of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions originates from cities, therefore monitoring emissions in cities is essential to fight climate change. Munich sets up an ambitious emission reduction goal to cut CO2...[more]


10.11.2017

Novel Nano-CT device can create 3D-x-rays of very small objects

While Computer Tomography (CT) is a standard procedure in hospitals, the technology so far has not been suitable for imaging extremely small objects. A team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) - among them Prof. Franz...[more]


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