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19.02.2021 | NMI Reutlingen
The antibody test developed in Reutlingen is sensitive and accurate. This is also confirmed by independent experts who reviewed the validation study prior to its publication.
16.02.2021 | NMI Reutlingen
We are pleased to announce the funding of Wellcome Leap under the HOPE program to develop a novel multi-organ chip with partners from academia and industry.
12.02.2021 | NMI Reutlingen
The NMI has received funding from the German Research Foundation (DFG) to investigate the impact of stress on health.
15.01.2021 | Reutlingen
NMI employee elected Spokesperson of the microTEC Südwest Expert Group on Micro Medical Technologies
Dr.-Ing. René von Metzen, department head at the NMI, was elected spokesperson for the Micro Medical Technologies Expert Group ...
27.11.2020 | NMI Reutlingen
Since November 2020, the NMI is a partner in the international ZIM network "4D Bioprinting" (FKZ 16KN098801). This network consists of European SMEs and research institutions that are jointly researching innovative bio inks and ...
10.11.2020 | digital
Kathrin Stadelmann, scientist of the Biomedical Micro and Nano Engineering group at the NMI, won the second prize at the Young Scientists Lecture.
03.7.2020 | Reutlingen
A nationwide antibody study by the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) was launched in the district of Reutlingen at the beginning of July with the aim of gaining a better overview of the occurrence of SARS-CoV-2 infections.
25.6.2020 | Stuttgart
While the Innovation Alliance Baden-Württemberg, in short innBW, can already look back on a long history, the 13 member institutes joined together to form an association on 24 June.
10.6.2020 | global
The NMI is collaborating in an international project consortium named CORESMA in which clinical, epidemiological and immunological data will be collected and ...
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