• NewIn: Julian Grünewald

    Curing heart disease with CRISPR

    23 March 2023 | What excites newly appointed professors about their work and what are they particularly looking forward to at TUM? They share this and more in the new TUM info series "New In". The first issue introduces Julian Grünewald.

  • Partnership for medical progress - from left: TUM President Prof. Thomas F. Hofmann, Dr. Horst Nasko, Deputy Chairman of the Heinz Nixdorf Foundation, Prof. Matthias Hebrok, Dr. Sandra Bogdanovic, TUM Fundraising, Prof. Andreas Bausch

    Heinz Nixdorf Foundation supports organoid research at TUM

    3.8 million euros for endowed professorship and laboratory

    14 March 2023 | The Heinz Nixdorf Foundation is presenting over 3.8 million euros to the Technical University of Munich (TUM) for research on organoid model systems.

  • Franz Pfeiffer, Professor of Biomedical Physics and Director of the Munich Institute of Biomedical Engineering at TUM. Image: Andreas Heddergott / TUM

    Patient study demonstrates benefits of dark-field X-ray technology

    New X-ray technology can improve Covid-19 diagnosis

    6 December 2022 | Patient study demonstrates benefits of dark-field X-ray technology

  • How lymph nodes are supplied with blood

    01 December 2022 | Sophisticated X-ray experiment involving Prof. Julia Herzen and her research group disproves traditional textbook knowledge

  • SPRIND to finance spin-off Plectonic

    Nanoswitches for tumor targeting

    28 November 2022 | The start-up has developed a nanoswitch that binds immune cells to tumor cells

  • Bioengineering Autumn School 2022

    15 November 2022 | Watching fish think, individualizing radiation therapies, and examining patients with dark field X-ray imaging

  • Gil Westmeyer, Professor of Neurobiological Engineering. Image: Andreas Heddergott / TUM

    New biological tool for tracking cellular processes

    Molecular monitoring of RNA regulation

    14 November 2022 | New biological tool for tracking cellular processes