We congratulate David Schwiertz and Dennis Unthan for successfully finishing their Master of Science and welcome them as PhD students in our group!!!
The group of Dr. Matthias Barz at the Institute of Organic Chemistry at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz has an opening for 1 PhD position in synthetic polymer chemistry. The PhD student will join the EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network, a consortium of high class academic and private institutions across Europe. The overall aim of […]
Dr. Regina Holm’s latest paper (Impact of Branching on the Solution Behavior and Serum Stability of Starlike Block Copolymers) is selected for a coverpage in the journal “Biomacromolecules” Congratulation!
Our latest publicatons
Folding induced supramolecular assembly into pH-responsive nanorods with a protein repellent shell
Polysarcosine-containing copolymers: Synthesis, characterization, self-assembly, and applications
Combining Orthogonal Reactive Groups in Block Copolymers for Functional Nanoparticle Synthesis in a Single Step
Immunomodulatory Therapy of Inflammatory Liver Disease Using Selectin-Binding Glycopolymers
Combining reactive triblock copolymers with functional cross-linkers: A versatile pathway to disulfide stabilized-polyplex libraries and their application as pDNA vaccines
Secondary-Structure-Driven Self-Assembly of Reactive Polypept(o)ides: Controlling Size,Shape,and Function of Core Cross-Linked Nanostructures
Balancing Passive and Active Targeting to Different Tumor Compartments Using Riboflavin-Functionalized Polymeric Nanocarriers
Orthogonally reactive amino acids and end groups in NCA polymerization
Polypept(o)ides: Hybrid Systems Based on Polypeptides and Polypeptoids
Solution Properties of Polysarcosine: From Absolute and Relative Molar Mass Determinations to Complement Activation