HYBER is the Academy of Finland's Centre of Excellence in Molecular Engineering of Biosynthetic Hybrid Materials research (2014-2019). HYBER combines four groups working on molecular self-assembly, genetic engineering of proteins, biotechnical production of engineered biomolecules, and plant cell wall materials.
HYBER is formed by groups of Academy Professor Olli Ikkala, Professor Markus Linder, Professor Merja Penttilä, Profesor Orlando Rojas and Professor Janne Laine. The combination of our expertise enables research of controlling and designing self-assembly and structural hierarchies in multicomponent hybrid materials from the molecular and colloidal level upwards.
VISION: Biological concepts for the next generation materials science.
Pierangelo Metrangolo appointed as visiting professor to CoE HYBER
CoE HYBER is strengthen by professor Metrangolo and his expertice in self-assembly properties of halocarbons and their interactions with biomolecules.
Workshop on Translocation of polymer through nanopores
Translocation of polymer through nanopores: Interplay between theory, simulations and experiments 8-9 Feb 2016, at Learning Hub, Otakaari 1.