News & Events

11.12.2019 | Utrecht (NL)

International MicroNanoConference 2019

Dr. Paolo Cesare, NMI, will give a lecture on "A microtechnology-based phenotypic platform for interrogation of 3D neuronal networks”.

26.11.2019 | Reutlingen

New insights into resistance to cancer therapies
Two publications by NMI and NMI TT Pharmaservices report on the successful use of DigiWest technologies to decipher resistance to certain cancer treatments

07.11.2019 | Strasbourg

Meet & Match event

focusing on Organs-on-a-chip, organoids & other microphysiological systems as advanced human in vitro models

July 8-10, 2020 | Tübingen, Germany

Save the date - MEA Meeting 2020

12th international Meeting on Substrate-integrated Microelectrode Arrays


1.9.2019 | Berlin

Microscopy Conference

NMI electron microscopy strongly represented.

19.11.2019 | Barcelona

Powering Precision Health Summit

Thomas Joos will represents the NMI


October 3, 2019 | London

Biomarker and Companion Diagnostics Conference

Lecture by Thomas Joos


The Natural and Medical Sciences Institute (NMI) at the University of Tübingen undertakes applied research and development at the interface of life sciences and material sciences. An interdisciplinary team of scientists opens up and develops new technologies for companies and public research sponsors.

The NMI subsidiary offers customers from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries an integrated portfolio of products and services.

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

Investigation of smallest structures, insight into the world of atoms

The Center for Nanoanalysis at the NMI is a regional contact point for innovative companies with material technology issues and product ideas.

Business Areas

Schnelleinstieg für den Bereich Pharma und Biotechnologie
Pharma & biotechnology
Schnelleinstieg für den Bereich Biomedizintechnik
Biomedical technology
Schnelleinstieg für den Bereich Oberflauml;chen- und Werkstofftechnologie
Surface & materials technology