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Phytochrome-based extracellular matrix with reversibly tunable mechanical properties.

Phytochrome-based extracellular matrix with reversibly tunable mechanical properties.

First joint BIOSS/CIBSS/livMatS publication in Advanced Materials on hydrogels whose stiffness and permeability to cells can be controlled with light with participation of the Walther Lab

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Doing More with Less

Doing More with Less

Stem Cells Regulate Their Fate by Altering Their Stiffness

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Prize for best doctoral dissertation for Melika Sarem

Prize for best doctoral dissertation for Melika Sarem

he Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy has awarded Arthur-Lüttringhaus Prize for the best doctoral dissertation to Melika Sarem, who completed her PhD in Prof. V. Prasad Shastri laboratory at Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry.

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