What is wetPONG?

What is wetPONG?
The field of micro- and nanosystems in life sciences is inherently highly interdisciplinary. In both academic research and industrial R&D the people involved need to be able to communicate and work with a large number of collaborators from different fields and backgrounds, know about the possible applications in the pharmaceutical industries, medicine and patient care and take responsibility of the societal implication of their work. Successful products and research findings can only be achieved when this transdisciplinary collaboration is learned and taught on-the-job and at all levels Read the story »

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FLUXBALL

Jan 22, 2010 | No Comments

FLUXBALL the inovative Fluid-Soccer game

Finally we succeeded in create a new game called FLUXBALL! The Field is about 6 x 12 cm and is completely filled with water. The "ball" is a small slice from plastic, called puck. To induce the pressure and the flows, we used pipettes also filled with Water. The whole System [...]

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Team Yellow Submarine

Nov 27, 2009 | No Comments

Team Yellow Submarine

Crew: Stephan Böhringer, Pascal Wettmann, Stefan Brun, Deborah Herz

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Team Yellow Submarine, microfluidic soccer game

Nov 27, 2009 | No Comments

we will create a microfluidic soccer game=)

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Ideas for a game

Nov 26, 2009 | No Comments

We stormed our brain and found some possibilities.=) We will short describe, the three Ideas:
-A game with an air-board. Balloons will be used as air-pumps, the  air will be blown through small holes from the circuit board. A small disc will breeze over this air-board.
-A labyrinth filled with water and with a small bullet in [...]

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Webcam Microscope

Nov 26, 2009 | No Comments

With our selfmade microscope we filmed some microorganism...*cute* =)

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Let's destroy something=)

Sep 20, 2009 | No Comments

Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction.
(Pablo Picasso, 1881-1973)

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