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  • Image: Klaus Achterhold

    International Symposium on Medical Applications of X-ray, Phase-contrast and Photon-counting

    IMXP 2022

    08 July 2022 | Renowned speakers reported on the latest advances in imaging technologies at the IMXP 2022.

  • Prof. Gil Westmeyer (l.) and his research team, in collaboration with Kilian Vogele (r.) and the start-up Invitris, have developed a new controlled production method to create bacteriophages for therapeutic use. Image: A. Heddergott / TUM

    Cell-free production of bacteriophages

    Viruses help combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria

    27 July 2022 | A Munich research team has developed a new way to produce bacteriophages efficiently and without risk.

  • Hendrik Dietz, Professor of Biomolecular Nanotechnology at TUM works with the DNA origami method  Image: Astrid Eckert / TUM

    Synthetic rotary motors at the nanoscale perform mechanical work

    First electric nanomotor made from DNA material

    21 July 2022 | A research team led by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has succeeded for the first time in producing a molecular electric motor using the DNA origami method. 

  • Opening of the Bioengineering Day 2022.  Image: Astrid Eckert / TUM

    Inspiring presentations, scientific exchanges, and networking at MIBE

    Successful TUM Bioengineering Day 2022

    01 July 2022 | Inspiring presentations, scientific exchanges, and networking at MIBE

  • Research excursion for children to the Munich Institute of Biomedical Engineering (MIBE) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Garching. Right side: Dr. Madleen Busse, researcher at MIBE.

    Chocolate egg X-ray scan and computed tomography with kangaroo Skippy

    Research excursion for children to MIBE

    14 June 2022 | How do scientists conduct research at the Munich Institute of Biomedical Engineering (MIBE)? Thirteen children from the first to fourth grade explored this question during a visit at the institute.

  • Petra Mela, Professor of Medical Materials and Implants at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and doctoral candidate Kilian Meuller examine an artificial heart valve produced with the additive manufacturing technology melt electrowriting. Image: Andreas Heddergott / TUM

    Scaffolds created by melt electrowriting aim to support new tissue formation

    3D printed, bioinspired heart valves

    02 June 2022 | Researchers have developed 3D printed artificial heart valves designed to allow a patient’s own cells to form new tissue. 

  • Ceren Kimna, doctoral candidate at the Technical University of Munich, examines the newly developed film for wound healing. Image: Astrid Eckert / TUM

    Biomolecular film adheres to sensitive tissue and releases active ingredients

    Multi-functional bandage helps wounds to heal

    30 May 2022 | Biomolecular film adheres to sensitive tissue and releases active ingredients

  • Bioengineering Day 2022

    25 April 2022 | Join the first Bioengineering Day at the Munich Institute of Biomedical Engineering.