We are looking for highly motivated students to join our recently awarded Swiss
National Science Foundation (SNF) project for Master/Semester project opportunities that interface synthetic (photo)chemistry with cutting-edge nano-3D-printing technology. The goal is to develop new photo-cleavable structures and related photoresponsive soft matter for applications in advanced 3D-printing and biomedical engineering. We look forward to welcoming enthusiastic candidates with a strong background in organic synthesis to join our team.

About Prof. Ralph Müller

The Laboratory for Bone Biomechanics of Prof. Ralph Müller focuses on bone imaging, mechanics of bone tissues and new strategies for bone tissue engineering. The group is consisting of 20 researchers of diverse backgrounds, ranging from material scientists to bioengineers and to biologists.