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Tuesday, 2019-10-01

ÖPG Student Award winner

Congratulations to Magdalena Schnider who won the Austrian Physical Society Students' Award for her thesis "Overcoming Blinking Artifacts in Nanocluster Detection Using Two-Color Single Molecule Microscopy".

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Tuesday, 2019-10-01

Congratulations Dr Fülöp

Congratulations to Dr Gergö Fülöp who succsessfully defended his Phd thesis in the Biophysics group. 

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Friday, 2019-07-19

Goodbye Anand Kant Das

We say goodbye and good luck to Anand as he leaves the group, continuing his career in academia.

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Tuesday, 2018-12-04

The 682nd WE-Heraeus Seminar on “Micro- and Nanopatterned Biointerfaces”

Eva Sevcsik and Gerhard Schütz co-organized the 682nd Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar on “Micro- and Nanopatterned Biointerfaces” at the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany between Nov 25-28, 2018. The seminar aimed to bring together scientists who...

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Wednesday, 2018-08-01

The story on the spatial distribution of the T cell receptor gets published in Nature Immunology

T cells, a key component of our immune system, detect smallest amounts of bacterial or viral portions with their T cell receptor (TCR) and serve as an important proponent of the defence mechanism. One explanation, why T cells are super sensitive is...

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Tuesday, 2018-06-26

Gerhard delivers talk at the Gordon Research Conference

Gerhard delivered a talk on 'How lipids shape protein oligomers: A case study using single molecule microscopy' at the Gordon Research Conference for Transmembrane Transporters in Health and Diseases at ME, USA.

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Thursday, 2018-05-24

Our group at the 8th Regional Biophysics Conference, Grece

Eight members from our group attended the Regional Biophysics Conference from May 16-20th at Grece, Solvenia. Gerhard delivered a plenary lecture while Mario, Andi and Gergo gave individual research talks. Luka, Timi, Clara and Eva presented posters...

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Wednesday, 2018-04-18

Mario's TCR story gets published in Nature Immunology

Every second of our lives, we are under attack. As an indispensable part of our immune system, T cells protect us from the onslaught of bacteria and viruses and also from cancer. What happens at a molecular level when T cells detect suspicious...

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Wednesday, 2018-03-28

Montse Lopez Martinz joins our group as a PostDoc

Montse completed her PhD from Institute for bioengineering of Calalonia and will now work on the superresolution aspect of the new SFB project "tomography across the scales". Welcome to the group Montse!

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Monday, 2018-03-19

Mario talks to high school students in Salzburg

As part of the Biophysics Week of the Biophysical society, Mario visited two high schools in Salzburg to ignite and intrigue the young minds. He very elegantly introduced the area of Biophysics to the students and carried out fun experiments...

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