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Center of Cellular Nanoanalytics Osnabrück


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Participating Schools

School of Biology

The school of biology has a strong research record in cell biology with international reputation. The biology building is in direct contact with the CellNanOs research center which is advantageous for the delivery of biological tissues, plants and living species (drosophila, mice, etc.).

Details on the particular research topics, groups, etc. can be found on the webpage of the school of biology.

School of Chemistry

The school of chemistry has a strong research record in material sciences with a focus on functionalized nano materials. For the center of CellNanOs, the expertise and competence in the synthesis of new functionlized nanocrystals and nanoengineered surfaces play a crucial role.

Details on the particular research topics, groups, etc. can be found on the webpage of the school of chemistry.

School of Cognitive Sciences

The School of Cognitive Sciences has an international reputation in the field of higher cognitive functions as well as in creating technologies, which can serve a modern information society. CellNanOs profits from this expertise in the framework of new imaging technologies, modeling and simulation.

More details on the research activities can be found on the webpage of the school of cognitive sciences.

School of Mathematics

The school of mathematics comprises integrated research in the fields of Algebra/discrete mathematics, applied analysis, stochastics, geometry and didactic. The expertise in the fields of modeling, simulation and imaging processing are of key importance for the center of CellNanOs.

Details on the individual research activities can be found on the web page of the school of mathematics.

School of Physics

The School of Physics has a strong international reputation in the field of condensed matter physics with a focus on dielectric nanomaterials. The physics group contribute to CellNanOs with the development of new tools for cell interogation and manipulation.

Details on the research activities can be found on the webpage of the school of physics.