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Our Mission:

In our group, we combine chemical and lithographic approaches to create interactive programable hydrogel microparticles (microgels) which  serve as microscopic soft robots, building blocks for artificial tissues, in-vivo sensors, and others. To achieve that, we aim to develop following key abilities of the microgels:


The microgel detects changes in its environment and respond to them 


The microgel reaches the desired location in (biological) environment, either passively by tailored set of properties, or actively through microgel locomotion, resembling motion of unicellular organisms.


Individual microgels can assemble autonomously into ordered structures.

Temporal programming

The microgel properties are subject to pre-programmed spontaneous changes.


The microgels consist from materials tolerated in-vivo to avoid adverse interactions with their living surrounding.


Our research projects include:

Artificial Cells

Lithographic Bio-microgels

Authenticity labels for pharmaceuticals

Hydrogel Robots


Updated: 10.12.2018 16:09, Author: Ivan Řehoř

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