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Tenants in the Research Centre

 
ARTOSS GmbH
ARTOSS develop, produce and market nanostructured biomaterials. Initial products are used as synthetic bone grafting substitutes for bone defects and are available under the registered name NanoBone®.
When developing NanoBone® and other products, ARTOSS closely cooperate with various university hospitals. This ensures that latest research results will be incorporated into new products.
The managing partners of ARTOSS GmbH are Prof. Dr. Thomas Gerber and Dr. Walter Gerike.
Further information can be found under www.artoss.com.
ARTOSS GmbH
BNF Medizinprodukte UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
BNF Medizinprodukte UG has the mission to develop and manufacture specimens, that utilise magnetic nanoparticles for clinical therapy and/or diagnostics. BNF (Bionized Nano Ferrite) represent a new type of colloidal stabilised iron oxide particles. High magnetisation and anisotropy of these particles effect special dynamic properties under the influence of alternating magnetic fields. BNF Medizinprodukte UG facility operation is designed to meet the normative requirements of cGMP.
BNF Medizinprodukte UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
Institute for Biomedical Engineering (University Rostock)
The Institute for Biomedical Engineering of the University Rostock is active in research and development of implants and biomaterials. We have longtime experience in the field of development and testing of cardiovascular implants, especially stents. Moreover we are involved in biomaterial testing and biomechanical investigation of implants. The institute is running a GLP testing laboratory for biomaterials and it is partner in several supraregional research projects.
Further information can be found under www.ibmt.med.uni-rostock.de.
Institute for Biomedical Engineering (University Rostock)
Institut for Mess- und Sensorsysteme e. V.
The Institute for Measuring- and Sensor Technology e. V. is a technology and transfer oriented non profit research institute with scientific focus to the fields of special analytical measuring techniques, laboratory automation and the development of measuring and automation systems.
Activities of the institute also include professional training and the organization of scientific workshops.
Further information can be found under www.ims.uni-rostock.de.
IMS
Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V.
The Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e. V. is one of the leading European Research Centres in the field of catalysis. His main focus lies in the area of application oriented basic research and applied research. The Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse adopts a role as a connector between Universities on one and business companies on the other hand. Prominent areas of work span from the preparation of catalysts to detailed mechanistic investigations and development and optimization of catalytic processes.
Further information can be found under www.catalysis.de.
Leibniz-Institut
micromod Partikeltechnologie GmbH
micromod Partikeltechnologie GmbH focuses on synthesis, characterisation and development of functional micro- and nanoparticles for mainly biochemical and biomedical applications. For more than 20 years micromod is well known as a reliable source of magnetic, fluorescent, coloured and surface modified particles. micromod´s word-wide customers from life sciences industries and research institutions appreciate the high level of product quality and services.
Further information can be found under www.micromod.de.
micromod

 

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