Smart wheelchair protects against damage caused by pressure load: Development by University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern, Zweibrücken Campus
New mechanism: Peptides help protect the lungs from pathogens
From New York to Zweibrücken
Artificial bowel to limit animal testing
Better understanding of living cells
Internationally renowned: Research at the University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern
Projekt WIPANO –Technologietransfer an der Hochschule in Zweibrücken wird durch das Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie gefördert
Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt erhält Ruf an die RWTH Aachen
730.000 € für den Auf- und Ausbau der Angewandten Forschungsschwerpunkte der Hochschule
In case the abdominal brain is diseased
Looking at tumor cells
High technology for hand, foot and neck
PhD with "Summa cum Laude"
"The different practical courses offer a lot of variety"
AQUILA: Achieved progress within consortium
"I would study here again"
"Now your second study begins"
"I want to become a professor"
Looking beyond the horizon
Money for a strong research profile
"I want to stay in research"
Between biology and nanotechnology
On the way to the intelligent factory
Optimally prepared for professional life
Study enables proximity to industry
Research for a rapid diagnosis
"It's all about state-of-the-art technologies"
Reunion in Japan
Bachelor thesis as an admission ticket
From study to management
On the trail of prostate cancer
University of Applied Sciences location strengthens its reputation
Key technologies "Micro and Nano"
The problem with the available space
Healing wounds with algae
Learned a lot about the host country
When cells talk to each other