New director for the Adolphe Merkle Institute
In agreement with the University of Fribourg, the board of the Adolphe Merkle Foundation has appointed Prof. Ullrich Steiner as the new director of the Adolphe Merkle Institute. He replaces Prof. Christoph…
AMI professor to join global academy
The Adolphe Merkle Institute's Assistant Professor Jovana Milic has been selected as one of 39 new members of the Global Young Academy, whose goal is to give a voice to young researchers around the world.
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Our annual report
The latest annual report from the Adolphe Merkle Insitute is now online. This edition touches on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on AMI's activities, but more importantly highlights our scientists'…
A new Assistant Professor for the Adolphe Merkle Institute
Dr. Jovana Milic, a group leader in the Adolphe Merkle Institute's Soft Matter Physics group, has been promoted to Assistant Professor at the University of Fribourg, where she is investigating hybrid materials…
Top talent joins AMI Soft Matter Physics
Dr. Jovana Milic, the recipient of a PRIMA grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation, has joined the Adolphe Merkle Institute's Soft Matter Physics group. She will investigate hybrid materials for…
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Our annual report is published
The Adolphe Merkle Institute's 2019 annual report is now online. Read about changes at the Foundation that supports us, our researchers' grant success, innovative analytical services, and how our scientists…
AMI researchers among winners of new grant program
Four researchers at the Adolphe Merkle Institute have been awarded grants as part of the Swiss National Science Foundation's new Spark rapid testing and development program.
A flash in the night
Nocturnal moth displays dynamic wing coloration
Animals that are active at night are thought to rely on senses other than vision, but a new study led by researchers from the University of Western Australia (UWA) and the Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI),…
The annual report is back
Our latest annual report is now available online. Read about our 10th anniversary outreach activities, as well as about AMI's contributions to the NCCR Bio-Inspired Materials, and our research.