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Simulationsbild: Ein weißes Blutkörperchen wird an den Rand der Kapillare gedrängt.
Crowding in the Blood Vessels
Jülich, 31 March 2014 – White blood cells serve as the police force of our body’s immune system. They zoom along the arteries and veins, awaiting the order to go into action. When it comes, they travel along the walls of the blood vessels to the diseased region of the body. The cells’ move to the vessel walls is an entirely passive process. Jülich researchers have now provided a quantitative description of the prerequisites for this process using three-dimensional computer simulations. Their findings could support the development of microfluidic applications.
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Jülich Soft Matter Days 2014
This year's meeting will take place as in previous years in the general vicinity of Forschungszentrum Jülich, Institute of Complex Systems, ICS 1-3.
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International Helmholtz Research School

Intense training in Biophysics and Soft Matter and a comprehensive framework of experimental and theoretical tools. More: International Helmholtz Research School …

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Softcomp

Softcomp was born as a Network of Excellence (NoE) supported by the EU aiming to establish a knowledge base for an intellegent design of functional and nanoscale soft matter composites. SoftComp

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ESMI

Welcome to ESMI, the European Soft Matter Infrastructure project. ESMI

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NanoDirect

The EU-research program NanoDirect aims at developing a toolbox for directed self-assembly of nano-colloids for processing or function of nanoparticle - based materials. NanoDirect

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CODEF

DFG Transregional Collaborative Research Centre: „Physics of Colloidal Dispersions in External Fields“. CODEF

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SHENC

DFG Research Unit SHENC: Shear flow regulation of hemostasis - bridging the gap between nanomechanics and clinical presentation. SHENC

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Functional Microgels

The SFB brings together research groups from polymer science, chemical engineering and life sciences. Microgels


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