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    Adolf Martens Prize for Dr. Can Dincer

    09.12.2019

    Microsystems engineer Dr. Can Dincer was awarded the Adolf Martens Prize 2018.


    Using Gene Scissors to Detect Diseases

    25.11.2019

    Researchers present sensor prototype that can rapidly, precisely, and cost-effectively measure molecular signals for cancer


    Emmy Noether funding for Anayancy Osorio

    15.10.2019

    Freiburg chemistry researcher receives 1.9 million euros from the German Research Foundation


    Dr. Can Dincer joins Biosensors and Bioelectronics as an Associate Editor

    24.09.2019

    Dr. Can Dincer has been invited to join the editorial team of Biosensors and Bioelectronics as an Associate Editor.


    Prof. Gerald Urban is IEEE Senior Member

    28.06.2019

    Prof. Gerald Urban is elevated to the grade of IEEE Senior Member.


    Invited News & Views article for Nature Biomedical Engineering

    07.06.2019

    Richard Bruch, Prof. Gerald A. Urban and Dr. Can Dincer were invited to write a News & Views for Nature Biomedical Engineering.


    6.7 Million Euros for Microsystems Engineering Project

    05.02.2019

    "PROMYS" project researchers receive funds to develop miniaturized sensors for biomedical devices


    European Commission supports DigiTwins

    20.06.2018

    On 18th of May, DigiTwins received an invitation from the European Commission to enter the next stage of the competition to become an EU Flagship for Future and Emerging Technologies.


    Microsensors for cell culture monitoring

    03.05.2018

    Critical review article from the Laboratory for Sensors is featured on cover of the new Lab on a Chip issue: Microsensor systems for cell metabolism – from 2D culture to organ-on-chip


    Prof. Gerald Urban elected as EAMBES-Fellow

    09.03.2018

    Prof. Gerald Urban was elected as a Fellow by EAMBES (European Alliance for Medical and Biological Engineering Sciences).


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