NINa-Newsletter no. 20

New research group Bioinspired Materials and Biosensor Technology at CAU Kiel, innovative batteries from CUSTOMCELLS, award-winning analytical technology from Danish company cphnano, international Nanoworkshop 2023, new Baltic Sea Catalysis teaching network.

NINa-Newsletter no. 19

Energy transition: Nanoscience at the University of Hamburg for better energy storage; Storage and use of green hydrogen with plant know-how from the Stühff company in Geesthacht; LINA: Bundling of NORDZENTREN e.V. for successful start-ups in Schleswig-Holstein; NINa hydrogen workshop at GITZ in Geesthacht; Expired funding period of NINa SH: Future of nanotechnology in Schleswig-Holstein.

NINa-Newsletter no. 18

Kiel University intensifies its transfer activities with new Transfer business unit, simple rapid explosives tests for a safer world from herges detection, nano-ex offers new first aid solution for accidents with nanoparticles, UniverCell is Germany’s first Li-ion electrode manufacturer, ATLANT 3D Nanosystems unlocks additive microfabrication for industrial production.

Review: 4th Conference “Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region”, 4th – 6th August 21

The conference archive is online! The 4th conference “Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region” (NIBS2021) was organized by the North German Initiative Nanotechnology Schleswig-Holstein e.V. (NINa SH), the Mads Clausen Institute at the University of Southern Denmark, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, and Kiel University, Germany. In 2021 the three-day conference was hosted […]

NINa-Newsletter no. 17

The Fraunhofer Center for Applied Nanotechnology CAN in Hamburg, Interreg-Project CheckNano: safe products thanks to nanoparticle detection, Interdisciplinary nanotechnology at the NanoBioMedical Center in Poznan, the DLR Institute for Maritime Energy Systems develops the emission-free shipping of the future.

NINa-Newsletter no. 16

The Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon,
25 million euros for innovative medical sensor technology and bio-inspired information processing,
Bridging the gap between research and industry at the Center for Industrial Electronics,
Virtual events: the international conference NIBS and the symposium Nanotechnology and Innovation in Gothenburg,
Supporting maritime innovation at TransMarTech

NINa-Newsletter no. 15

3D printing and nanotechnology at Fraunhofer IFAM, Possibilities in metallic 3D printing unique for northern Germany at Kiel UAS, Additive manufacturing from Lütjenburg: 3D printing for dentistry, 3D printing in medicine and technology: from nano to “heavy metal” at Fraunhofer IMTE, Application-oriented 3D printing at the Lübeck Technical Center, Highlights: 25 million euros for special research areas at CAU Kiel

NINa-Newsletter no. 14

Professor Scherließ: Pharmaceutical Technology at CAU Kiel, more than just four walls for founders: the IZET Itzehoe Technology Center,
the Geesthacht Innovation and Technology Center in new hands, highlights: NINa Conferences Nano Meets Medicine and NIBS 2021, local tumor therapy with innovative materials.

Digital Conference: Corona Vaccine – Impact of Nanotechnology

The focus meeting will be held as a digital conference on November 24. A virus the size of a few nanometers paralyzes the whole world. Biotech companies and pharmaceutical companies are working flat out to develop a vaccine against the new coronavirus Sars-CoV-2, driven by funds and the expectations of governments worldwide. With the event […]

Digital Conference: Nano Meets Medicine

On 9 December the event will be held as a digital conference, after the focus meeting in March could not take place. Nano Meets Medicine The possible applications of nanotechnology in therapy and molecular diagnostics are manifold and range from tumour therapy, infection diagnostics and imaging with magnetic nanoparticles to immune modulation.At the virtual focus […]