Groups | Dept. Weil

In Prof. Tanja Weil's department, the teams of group leaders and project managers work on various research topics.

We develop new chemical methodologies and prepare synthetic proteins to address deadly diseases such as cancer and viral infections. [more]
Our group builds complex nanoscale objects and integrates them into living systems to create biosynthetic life.  [more]
Well-defined macromolecular chemistry can become a key tool in enhancing  therapeutic efficacies – we are keen to contribute in the development of next-generation macromolecular (immuno-)therapeutics.” [more]
We seek to address medical applications with biomaterial design. [more]
We develop new methods to analyze and process intractable macromolecules by mass spectrometry and related methods [more]
Our group synthesizes small building blocks to assemble into hierarchical bio-interfacing materials. [more]
The NMR team are establishing a broad tool for in-situ measurements to understand the reaction pathways of polymerization; the Nanodiamond (ND) team is looking into the synthesis of NDs with defined atomic defect for tunable physical properties. [more]

Scientific-Technical Coordinator

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