Using a bioink made from alginate and human cells, researchers at the Technical University (TU) Berlin and other institutions have printed a three-dimensional model of a cancer metastasis in healthy tissue. They used a commercially available bio-printer for this purpose, so that the tumor m ... more
Dr.-Ing. Henriette Nowothnick
Technische Universität Berlin, DexLeChem GmbH
born in 1980, studied Chemistry at the Berlin University of Technology. She received a doctorate in 2010 in the research group of Prof. R. Schomäcker on the control of the reaction process of the Suzuki coupling in micro emulsions with the aim of catalyst and product separation. From 2011 to 2012, she worked on the Marie Curie NANO-HOST research project in the field of two-phase catalysis in the group of Prof. D. Vogt at the Eindhoven University of Technology. She has been Head of Catalysis, Research and Development at DexLeChem GmbH since 2013.