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Jobst Technologies got granted the new project “Microfluidic Lab-on-a-Bird transmitter for the hormone level monitoring of free-moving birds”.

Subject of the project with €1.52 million funding from Max Planck Society Munich, is an autonomous miniaturized laboratory for collecting blood, measuring the level of stress hormones and sending the signal from the free moving bird to the “ground station”. 

Jobst Technologies GmbH will develop the automated blood- sampling- and microfluidic- system enabling integration and operation of the assay. Jobst Technologies’ micropumps and flow rate sensor will also be used as enabling components.

Project partners are the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology and the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg.

Jobst Technologies got granted the new H2020 Key Enabling Technologies project 737212 – CATCH-U-DNA.

Seven partners aim to enable analysis for free circulating tumor DNA – a major brick in individualized cancer treatment. This project will strengthen Jobst’s vanguard position in performance micro-fluidics and extreme bio-sensing.


20-23 March 2017,

Jobst Technologies was exhibitor and sponsor at the 1st European BioSensor Symposium in Potsdam, Germany.

Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG, a swiss based company, well recognized for developing and manufacturing physical and chemical sensors of outstanding quality and reliability, member of the Endress+Hauser Group, has acquired Jobst Technologies.

Continuing serving our customers from Freiburg with our full products and services portfolio we are looking forward to offer even more comprehensive supply and development solutions to our current and future customers in this new beneficial setting.

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We congratulate our co-worker Michael Eck on his graduation to Dr. Ing. by the Faculty of Engineering of the Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg.

The experimental part of Michael’s thesis with the title „Performance enhancement of hybrid nanocrystal-polymer bulk heterojunction solar cells: aspects of device efficiency, reproducibility, and stability“ was done at the FMF, the Freiburg Materials Research Center, within the Nanoscience Research Group of PD Dr. Michael Krüger.

Michael Eck has rejoined Jobst Technologies on August 2014. Already in between October 2008 and October 2009 Michael carried out an internship, and conducted also his Diploma thesis in our company. He developed an integrated microfluidic dialysis module for biosensor monitored perfusion cultivation of tumour cells.