The Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI) is an independent competence center at the University of Fribourg that focuses on research and education in the domain of soft nanomaterials. Find out more about us here.
Come and celebrate our 10th anniversary!
Come to the Adolphe Merkle Institute for Fribourg's Museum Night on Saturday, May 26, and celebrate our 10th anniversary. We are joining forces with the city's main attractions, and opening our doors between…All news
Schoolkids get a taste of nanoscience
Schoolchildren from the Fribourg area recently spent two afternoons at the Adolphe Merkle Institute as part of the Goûters scientifiques/Wissenschaft zum Zvieri program run by the University of Fribourg.All news
Special journal issue highlights bio-inspired materials
Bio-inspiration is a powerful concept to develop novel functional materials. A special edition of leading journal Advanced Materials, edited by Adolphe Merkle Institute Prof. Nico Bruns, presents bio-inspired…All news
Nuit des Musées Fribourg
Bio-inspired metal-coordination crosslinking: Easy access to broad dynamics when engineering polymer gel mechanics
Structured Battery Materials by Polymer Self-Assembly and Sol-Gel Chemistry
Beyond solar cell efficiency limits with down conversion and tandem solar cells
Metal halide perovskite nanocrystals: 2D materials and supercrystals