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Dipl.-Biol. Annette Stumpf
Annette Stumpf
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Claudia Däfler
Claudia Däfler
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Scientific Publications

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The nanostructured cloak of invisibility

October 21, 2016
Scientists manipulate surfaces in such a manner that they hardly reflect any light and practically become invisible [more]

The Paralympics are over - the Cybathlon starts!

October 07, 2016
CYBATHLON Championship for Athletes with Disabilities [more]
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Motion-directed robots on a micro scale

September 30, 2016
Microswimmers capped with carbon on one side can be propelled and steered by light [more]
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Shape-programmable miniscule robots

September 26, 2016
Soft materials that can use magnetic fields to generate desired time-varying shapes could provide an engine for microswimmers [more]
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Holograms with sound

September 21, 2016
A new way of shaping sound waves in 3D aids technology and could be useful for medical ultrasound applications [more]
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Body Talk: A New Crowdshaping Technology Uses Words to Create Accurate 3D Body Models

July 26, 2016
A breakthrough in our shared understanding, perception, and description of human body shape brings new alternatives to 3D body scanning [more]

Bernhard Schölkopf has been elected member of the "Leopoldina"

July 18, 2016
Leopoldina - National Academy of Sciences [more]
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Switch and stick

May 18, 2016
The chemical element gallium could be used as a new reversible adhesive that allows its adhesive effect to be switched on and off with ease [more]
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Medal-Marathon for Robotics Researcher

May 18, 2016
Tübingen – Stockholm – Berlin – Stockholm – Tübingen; Ludovic Righetti receives within 24 hours two renowned prizes for young researchers for his outstanding science on movements of robots [more]
 
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