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June 18, 2019 - News & Press

MATMED Management Meeting at CeNTech

The second management meeting of the NMW Interreg project MATMED took place at CeNTech (June 17/18 2019). Dr. Holger Winter (CeNTech) and Monique Bruns from the network Gesundheitswirtschaft Münsterland e.V. welcomed representatives from England, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands and Aachen in Münster. MATMED is funded by the EU as part of the structural and investment policy and supports the commercialization of advanced materials within the medical sector.

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June 5, 2019 - News & Press

CeNTech GmbH: 50th Supervisory Board meeting

On the occasion of the 50th Supervisory Board meeting, Dr. Thomas Robbers, CEO of CeNTech GmbH, recognized the CeNTech as an outstanding research facility of Münster’s science park. It is the merit of many contributors that CeNTech, which was set up as a cooperation between the University of Münster (WWU) and the City of Münster, has taken such a positive development and presents such an important impact for the science park. In this context Dr. Robbers thanked the supervisory board members for their constructive cooperation.

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March 2019 - News & Press

Efficient conversion of biomass by mechanocatalysis

CeNTech scientists headed by Dr. Saeed Amirjalayer and Prof. Harald Fuchs have succeeded in identifying a new reaction mechanism in which cellulose - being the largest fraction of the natural carbon storage in biomass - can be converted highly efficiently using mechanical force. The nano-scientists could elucidate the influence of mechanical force on the individual steps of the so-called hydrolysis reaction by atomistic modelling. The researchers demonstrate the exceptional potential of applying mechanical force to develop an efficient, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective process for the conversion of biomass. This study has now been published in Angewandte Chemie Int Ed..

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2019 - News & Press

CeNTech partner in EU INTERREG Project MATMED

Advanced materials may have a significant impact on the development of new innovative products within the medical sector, but the commercialization of these materials faces many challenges. The project MATMED is going to address these issues across the 8 regions Greater Manchester (UK), Gelderland, Overijssel, Limburg (NL), Münster, Köln (DE), East Flanders & Flemish Brabant (BE). The Interreg NWE program supports the project MATMED with up to 1,78 Million Euro.

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