Nano Argovia funding for Bert Müller and Georg Schulz
Together with the partners at Paul Scherrer Institute (Dr Joan Vila-Comamala and Dr Christian David) as well as the industrial partner XRnanotech (Dr Florian Döring), Dr Georg Schulz and Prof. Bert Müller successfully applied for Nano Argovia funding of the Swiss Nanoscience Institute (SNI).
The project with the acronym ACHROMATIX focuses on the development of an achromatic X-ray lens for lab-based imaging. Such a lens will enable laboratory-based tomography with sub-100 nm resolution for biomedical and materials science. Therefore, it is likewise interesting for DBE and SNI.
Biomaterials Science Center: dbe.unibas.ch/en/research/biomechanics-and-biomaterials/biomaterials-science-center/
Core Facility MiNa: dbe.unibas.ch/en/research/core-facility-mina/
Christian David: www.psi.ch/en/lmn/people/christian-david
Joan Vila-Comamala: www.psi.ch/en/people/joan-vila-comamala
Swiss Nanoscience Institute: nanoscience.ch/en/
Nano Argovia Program: nanoscience.ch/en/research/applied-research/