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Micromotors use surface variations for docking and guiding

February 17, 2016
Researchers reveal that micromotors can be guided using tiny topographical patterns on the surfaces over which they swim. [more]
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Koeppen Award 2015

December 09, 2015
Excellent doctoral dissertation dealing with machine learning in climatic research [more]
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Center for Learning Systems

November 30, 2015
Inauguration Ceremony in Tübingen   [more]
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Surprise at the nanoscale: Silicon atoms jump after contact with metal

October 28, 2015
Max Planck researchers from Stuttgart reveal unknown behaviour of semi-conductors at the nanoscale   [more]
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Safe nanomotors propelled by sugar

October 06, 2015
A breakthrough for researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and their collaborators investigating nanomotors [more]
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Nanotechnology: Tracking nanowalkers with light

September 24, 2015
A tiny gold rod walks across a surface guided by DNA and can be tracked step by step [more]
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4D Movies Capture Every Jiggle, Creating Realistic Digital Avatars

August 11, 2015
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems unveil the world’s first high-resolution 4D body scanner and software to model detailed soft-tissue motion [more]
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Tübingen is for two weeks the linchpin of the Machine Learning World

July 13, 2015
Top representatives of machine learning and young scientists from around the world come together at the Max Planck Campus  [more]
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3rd Prize for Federica Bogo at "Science2Start" Competition

July 10, 2015
The Science2Start programme is geared towards scientists interested in founding start-ups and helps putting their business ideas in the field of life sciences into practice. [more]
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