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Print tumors in the laboratory

New 3D tumor model makes it possible to test cancer drugs in realistic tissue environment


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 model ...


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The 7th BioProScale Symposium took place again as in-person event in Berlin

New ways of thinking are required: Scientists from both academia and industry presented and discussed innovative approaches and developments in biotechnology and bioprocess engineering


On the subject of “Scaling Up and Down of Bioprocesses: Technological Innovation and Cell Physiology Insights”,the 7thSymposium was again held on-site in Berlin from March 28 to31,2022. In parallel, there was also the possibility to follow the presentations online. The symposium was organized ...


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New algorithm drives use of AI in material sciences

Tracking Spooky Action at a Distance: New Deep Learning algorithm learns complex molecular dynamics


The use of AI in classical sciences such as chemistry, physics, or mathematics remains largely uncharted territory. Researchers from the Berlin Institute for the Foundation of Learning and Data (BIFOLD) at TU Berlin and Google Research have successfully developed an algorithm to precisely and ...


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6th BioProScale Symposium 2021 – held virtually for the first time

Online event about the scale-up and scale-down for accelerated bioprocess development and optimization


From the 29 to 31 March 2021 the 6thBioProScale Symposium was held virtually for the first time. It was organized by the Chair of Bioprocess Engineering at Technische Universität Berlin, the Institute for Fermentation and Biotechnology in Berlin (IfGB) as part of the Versuchs- und Lehranstalt ...


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Scientists synthesized light with new intrinsic chirality to tell mirror molecules apart

Let there be… a new light


Light is the fastest way to distinguish right- and left-handed chiral molecules, which has important applications in chemistry and biology. However, ordinary light only weakly senses molecular handedness. Researchers from the Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy ...


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Making cookies from coal?

ThyssenKrupp and TU Berlin develop new process for eco-friendly conversion of process gases


Making cookies from coal? In theory it is now possible with a completely new technology developed in a collaborative project by the Schwelgern coke plant (KBS), plant engineering company ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions and Berlin Technical University (TU Berlin). A pilot plant installed on the ...


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Secure data transfer thanks to a single photon


Security in data transfer is one of the scientific tasks of the Collaborative Research Center 787 “Semiconductor Nanophotonics”, whose head institution is TU Berlin. Also involved are the mathematicians and MATHEON members Prof. Frank Schmidt, Dr. Sven Burger and Dr. Benjamin Wohlfeil of the Zuse ...


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