LOEWE-FLOW FOR LIFE – Minisymposium on the research topic of controllable and measurable, artificial supply networks for 3D cell cultures, at the TU Darmstadt, 9/15/2022, 6-8 p.m.

The LOEWE research initiaitve FLOW FOR LIFE is having its second mini-symposium on September 15, 2022 from 6 to 8 p.m. The hybrid event will take place on site at the TU Darmstadt on the Lichtwiese campus. Those who cannot be present on site are cordially invited to participate via ZOOM.

Speakers will be Professor Sarah Heilshorn, director of the Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials at Stanford University, and Professor Fredrik Lundell, who conducts research in the field of fluid physics from theory to application.

Sarah Heilshorn leads a research team at Stanford focused on the design of biomaterials that enable regenerative medicine, 3D bioprinting and personalized medicine. Her lecture is on "Tailor-made biomaterials for 3D bioprinting".

Fredrik Lundell's group at he Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm studies the movement of particles in different flows that can be used for new assembly techniques for bio-based materials. His lecture is on filaments from cellulose- and protein nanofibrils: composition, nanostructure, properties and applications.

Registration is requested at krueger@sla.tu-darmstadt.de for both personal participation and participation via zoom.