“EISBiR” aims to research environmentally friendly plastic products from biowaste

Will there soon be packaging with organic waste in the supermarket? Quite possible! At the Institute for Applied Biopolymer Research at Hof University of Applied Sciences (ibp), headed by Prof. Dr. Michael Nase, a group of young researchers wants to investigate the influence of natural radiation and biogenic residues on the properties and structure of biopolymers [more]

published: 04.03.2021

3D printing: from granulate to molded part without tools

At Hof University of Applied Sciences, 3D printing has been part of the repertoire for years. This technology was already used with the introduction of technical courses at the turn of the millennium. Now an investment is creating new possibilities. [more]

published: 10.02.2021

More exchange: Scientific institute colloquium connects

For the first time this year, the Institute for Applied Biopolymer Research (Ibp) created and held a format to create more transparency and exchange between the different university institutes in the future: The 1st Scientific Institute Colloquium. [more]

published: 30.10.2020