|Bright Colors by Nanotechnology|
|Record for Perovskite/CIGS Tandem Solar Module|
|Deriving Inspiration from the Dragon tree|
|IMT’s compound refractive X-ray lenses in user operation at ESRF, ID01|
ESRF announced that the Full Field Diffraction X-ray Microscopy (FFDXM) end station at the ID01 is now open to user experiments. This new method uses X-ray lenses from KIT/IMT specially designed for the imaging part of the setup.
|IMT’s beam shaping X-ray optics awarded at XRM 2016|
Ottó Márkus, Ph.D. student in the X-ray optics group, was awarded with the best poster price at the X-ray microscopy conference XRM 2016 for his poster entitled “X-ray beam shaping by polymer lenses”.
|Nanofur for Oil Spill Cleanup|
|How to Turn Green Light Blue|
|Tailored Probe Tips for Atomic Force Microscopes|
|German Thesis Award 2016 for the Development of a Grafic Braille Display|
|Technology Transfer Project of IMT was awarded|
|KIT founder award goes to IMT startup SMActuators|
|“Flower Power”: Photovoltaic Cells Replicate Rose Petals|
|TOP STORY in Prostate Cell News|
At IMT the team of Dr. F. J. Gruhl and researchers of other institutes at the KIT have presented a 3D cell culture system based on a superporous poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate cryogel with a defined elastic modulus, which is a powerful tool for prostate cancer studies. www.prostatecellnews.com
|Single Cell Organisms With Perspective: How Bacteria “See”|
|Lukas Liedtke receives the Roland Mack studentship|
Lukas Liedtke received the Roland Mack studentship on 1st of December 2015 for his excellent achievements in his studies as well as his Bachelor thesis. The studentship is granted every year for eleven students of mechanical engineering at the KIT. His Bachelor thesis was about „Energy Harvesting with Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys“. The goal was to build up a working vibration-based energy harvesting demonstrator using a single crystalline Shape Memory Alloy.