Fribourg Center for Nanomaterials

When successful research is turned into useful products with more functions, which use less material to build, less energy to operate and create less waste at the end, the quality of life and health of the public will be improved.


FriMat Day 2020

Congrats to Atena Solea, winner of the 2020 FriMat day.

Program and details here


Facilities & Core Services

Available research equipment, instruments and service platforms

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AMI professor recognized for body of work

The Adolphe Merkle Institute's BioNanomaterials co-chair, Prof. Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser, has been awarded the International Society for Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM) 2021 Career Achievement Award.

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Vers un Jardin botanique 100% Bio

Depuis le 1er janvier 2021, le Jardin botanique de l?Université de Fribourg est officiellement en reconversion vers une agriculture biologique, afin d?obtenir le label de Bio Suisse. Cela consiste à renoncer…

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Nestlé participates in the Corona Immunitas research program

Within the framework of the Swiss research program Corona Immunitas, the Institute of Family Medicine (IMF) and the Population Health Laboratory (#PopHealthLab) of the University of Fribourg are conducting…

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