The SFB/TRR 102 will arrange an excursion to the Processing Pilot Plant for Biopolymers Schwarzheide on the February 21st, 2018. This research institution is part of Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research (IAP). Members of the SFB together with its integrated research training group of Martin-Luther-Universität and Universität Leipzig will get an insight into research and the facilities of FhI in Schwarzheide. Continue reading “Excursion to Processing Pilot Plant for Biopolymers Schwarzheide (February 21, 2018)”
The module gives the medical background for relevant problems of the subprojects. This includes relevant disease patterns, latest forms of treatment, difficulties and latest developments in the fields of implants, biomaterials as skin or bone replacement.
Please register for the seminar until November 24 by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
Joint DIPC, JCNS & SoftComp Workshop 2018: Functional Polymers
19 – 21 March 2018, San Sebastian, Spain
The workshop focuses on advanced polymer materials, and aims to bring together physicists and chemists who are interested in novel polymer nanocomposites, polymers functionalized with supramolecular groups and functional soft nano-objects.
UV-B induced changes of eye-lens crystallins
Age related cataract is the major cause of blindness worldwide. With the age of 75 years, more than 50% of all people are affected and so far, surgery is the only effective treatment available. For this reason it is important to understand the complex system of the eye lens especially effects of aging like chronic UV-B irradiation.
Many modifications of crystallins by UV-B on already aggregated and destroyed protein have been found. So far, changes in the soluble fractions of the protein are not well investigated. Answering this question, different techniques of solution NMR have been applied to native and irradiated hgD-crystallin to identify and characterize a modified but still soluble state of the protein. This would highlight the first structural changes on the transition from functional soluble protein to dysfunctional aggregates.
Location: MLU, Von-Danckelmann-Platz 3, SR 1.06 Time: 3.30pm
This module links molecular sciences and materials science, teaches how materials with optimised photocatalytic activity are obtained, and provides an understanding of the properties and applications of these materials.
For more information on the module, please check the detailed program.
If you want to attend the seminar, please register until November 3rd .