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Four disciplines united under a single roof

Researchers at the Center for Soft Nanoscience (SoN) prepare synthetic materials based on biological models such as addressable nanocontainers or materials that switch their function in response to an external trigger. Besides these fundamental investigations, the high-precision tools required to make and analyze these nanomaterials are developed at the SoN.


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German Research Foundation approves new Research Training Group

Focusing on the interface between materials research and organic synthesis as well as catalysis and biological applications, the Research Training Group will receive funding of around five million euros for an initial period of four and a half years. The spokespersons of the program are Prof. Armido Studer and Prof. Shigehiro Yamaguchi (Nagoya University).
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Welcoming Professor Andrea de Camargo

Visiting from the University of São Paulo, Professor de Camargo is collaborating on upconversion of nanoparticles and quantum dots projects at the SoN. She brings with her a wealth of experience in structural-functional characterization of solid-state materials and interdisciplinary, collaborative research.
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