News & Events

13.5.2020 | NMI Reutlingen

Corona antibody tests from Reutlingen

The NMI Reutlingen is currently tackling a major problem associated with antibody tests for the detection of COVID-19: false positive test results.

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06.5.2020 | NMI Reutlingen

Reprocessing of medical protection masks

NMI supports the University Hospital of Tübingen in clarifying the material Question.

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25.3.2020 | NMI Reutlingen

On the track of the coronavirus immune response

As an established research institute, the NMI also focuses on research on infections with the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2).

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23.3.2020 | Germany/Singapore

One more step towards true precision medicine

Together with Proteona and Synovo, the NMI will use its platform for patient-derived microtumours for drug screening and the discovery of potential drug candidates.

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19.3.2020 | NMI Reutlingen

We are available for you – even in times of Corona

In order to protect individuals as well as society as a whole, the NMI has also taken measures to protect employees in the light of the corona pandemic.

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10.3.2020 | Germany

Reduced risk of infection thanks to antibacterial catheter surface

Together with its project partners, the NMI can already report initial successes in the PolyKARD project, specifically the synthesis and printing of elastic photourethane resins.

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25.2.2020 | NMI Reutlingen

NMI and KIT become cooperation partners

After the NMI and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have already worked on joint projects in the past, a long-term cooperation will now be sealed by a cooperation Agreement.

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18.2.2020 | Germany

Artificial pericardial tissue from the 3D printer

Together with its project partners, the NMI can already report initial successes in the PolyKARD project, specifically the synthesis and printing of elastic photourethane resins.

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18.2.2020 | Nancy

German-French Forum - Innovation in Dialogue

Last week, the NMI, represented by Prof. Katja Schenke-Layland, Dr. Stefan Raible, Dr. Hanna Hartmann and Dr.-Ing René von Metzen, travelled to Nancy, France, to participate in the German-French Forum.

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On site in Berlin - In 2015 launched a laboratory at the Bayer CoLaborator.

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