We are happy to announce that we started to work with our new 3D Bioprinter - Gesim: BioScaffolder BS 3.2, which enables us to prepare:

  • Multi materials prints in x-y-z axis with up to four materials simultaneously at 50 µm resolutions.
  • 3D and core shell structures by extrusion composed of polymer (hydro)gels and pastes.
  • Extrusion printed 3D structures from thermoplastic materials up to 250 °C processing temperature.
  • Melt electro-writing of thermoplastic nanofibers.
  • Piezo-pipetting of life cells, reactive liquids or biomolecules.
  • UV-Photocuring of prints.
  • Working under sterile conditions.


Our partners from Institute Jožef Stefan, Department F4 under the leadership of Prof. Miran Mozetič, are working with us on the model surface peptide modification and characterization using XPS and ToF-SIMS. The cooperation includes the active participation of our students from TU Graz.


Congratulations! | To our new PhD Patrick Weber, supervised by Ao.Univ.-Prof. Arnold Stütz.

Dissertation title: Synthesis and biological evaluation of highly functionalised aminocyclopentanes for medicinal applications 


Lecture | "Specialty papers and pulps" by Dr. Johannes Leitner

  • November 4th - 6th 2020 (enrolment until October 25th 2020)
  • Institute of Bioproducts and Paper Technology, Inffedgasse 23/I, room PZ401064; course 661.264
  • More info


"Current for surface science". | We are happy to announce the receipt and installation of our new Garmy Reference 600+ potentiostat / galvanostat coupled with our quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation. The combined system allows us to perform gravimetric, viscoelastic and electrical measurements on surfaces. Phenomena such as corrosion, deposition and other redox-reactions at interfaces can be analyzed in detail.


Prof. Dr. Karin Stana Kleinschek | Portrait in TU Graz research: "Die Natur schafft problemlos, was wir technisch nicht können".


IBioSys researcher Dr. Rupert Kargl presented a blog post "Considering the environmental impact of science and technology" in the frame of the FibreNet ITN EU project.


Preparation of the model films in our labs using new spin coater Spin200i (SPS Europe).


IBioSys researchers slowly, with the social distance, started to introduce new research activities in our labs. | Electrochemistry measurements at different surfaces (organic, inorganic model films or other nano layers prepared on different crystals).


Online Conferences | "YouTube virtual conference series on Biorefinery"

  • Tuesdays 10:15 - 11:00 and Thursdays 13:15 - 14:00
  • Treesearch and WWSC virtual conference series
  • More info


Online Course | "Carbohydrate Chemistry/Lignocellulose Biorefinery" by Prof. Dr. Herbert Sixta

  • June 16th - 18th 2020 (enrolment until June 5th 2020)
  • Organized by Aalto University (FIN), and TU Graz (AT); course 661.761
  • More info


Online Course | "Topochemical Fabrication of Polysaccharide-based Materials for Advanced Biomedical Applications: Gels and Surfaces" by Prof. Dr. Pedro Fardim (University Leuven, president of EPNOE)

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8010 Graz

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