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    Antibiotic levels measurable in breath for first time

    21.09.2021

    Freiburg researchers are testing a biosensor for personalized dosing of medications


    Biosensors and Bioelectronics Best Paper Award 2020/2021

    10.08.2021

    The recent paper on CRISPR-Biosensor X from Dr. Can Dincer's team was awarded the international Biosensors and Bioelectronics Best Paper Award 2020/2021.


    Interview in SWR2 Impuls

    08.07.2021

    "Facemask-integrated Covid-19 tests: this is what biosensors can do." Ralf Caspary in an interview with microsystems engineer Dr. Can Dincer.


    OSA Hot Topics: Integrated Frequency Combs

    28.06.2021

    Together with other leading scientist in this field, Ingo Breunig discussed the future and the state of the art of integrated frequency combs at CLEO/Europe-EQEC.


    A place for your ideas

    28.06.2021

    "Wall of Ideas" on the campus of the Faculty of Engineering


    Family Trees for Virus

    14.06.2021

    Prof. Dr. Rolf Backofen researches virus families using methods from bioinformatics. He explains why the Covid-19 vaccine can’t make sterile (Video).


    Green Hydrogen

    07.06.2021

    Severin Vierrath and his team develop a new process of electrolysis as well as new materials for fuel cells


    Green Hydrogen

    07.06.2021

    Severin Vierrath and his team develop a new process of electrolysis as well as new materials for fuel cells


    Hearing thanks to light stimulation

    20.05.2021

    Freiburg researchers develop new cochlear implant that processes acoustic stimuli using micro-LEDs in the cochlea (Video)


    Battery-free smart homes

    03.05.2021

    Freiburg researchers from the Department of Microsystems Engineering (IMTEK) receive EXIST business start-up grant for “SenSAWtious”


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