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.

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.

NINa-Newsletter no. 13

Public funding of the next generation of energy storage at Kiel University, the start-up axiom insights from Hamburg uses brilliant x-rays for imaging to advance new cures, digitalization and new experts supporting NINa SH, highlights: Reallabor Norddeutschland demonstrates energy transformation, gas sensor for acetone from the 3-D printer.

NINa-Newsletter no. 12

Innovative microtechnology from Fraunhofer ISIT in Itzehoe,
the future of green hydrogen generation and storage from Geesthacht, highlights: additive manufacturing in medicine, nano imaging workshop at European XFEL, aero-material for Laser-illumination.

NINa-Newsletter no. 11

Plasma science and technology at Leibniz Institute INP Greifswald,
hightech meets art at Aalto University in Finland,
highlights: lab-on-a-chip diagnosis for horses, focused meeting plasma in nanotechnology, Kiel University of Applied Sciences opens transfer office in Itzehoe.