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Solution to the Hyperfine Puzzle in Reach

Measurements on Bismuth Nuclei bridge reported Gap


Last year, physicists at TU Darmstadt cast doubt on our current understanding of the interplay between electrons and atomic nuclei, and are now upping the ante by proposing a solution to this so-called “hyperfine puzzle”. New measurements of the magnetic properties of bismuth atomic nuclei are ...


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Better trap for greenhouse gases


Emissions from the combustion of fossil fuels like coal, petroleum and natural gas tend to collect within Earth's atmosphere as "greenhouse gases" that are blamed for escalating global warming. So researchers around the globe are on a quest for materials capable of capturing and storing ...


Reliable electric power supply for the energy turn-around

The new Helmholtz Energy Alliance develops “Technologies for the Future Power Grid”


Getting the grid prepared for the increased use of renewable energy sources is the goal of the Helmholtz Energy Alliance “Technologies for the Future Power Grid”coordinated by KIT. Helmholtz researchers are developing solutions for a flexible and reliable grid which manages the fluctuating power ...


Joint research project of BASF, Heidelberg and TU Darmstadt for printed electronics enters the next phase


BASF SE, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg), and TU Darmstadt are pleased with the results of the first phase of the joint research project "Nanostructuring and plastic electronics print platform" (NanoPEP) and have agreed to continue their joint work. Researchers at the participating ...


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Accelerator technology of the future

GSI Helmholtzzentrum in Darmstadt uses laser for particle acceleration


In a successful test conducted at the GSI Helmholtzzentrum a group of scientists used the PHELIX high-performance laser to accelerate hydrogen ions to about ten percent of the speed of light. This makes GSI one of the few research centers worldwide that can accelerate particles not only with ...


Christina Roth Awarded Adolf Messer Prize


In the evening of 2th March 2010 Junior Professor Dr. Christina Roth received the Adolf Messer Prize, which comes with prize money of €50,000, for her research into new materials for fuel cells. The Adolf Messer Prize is the most valuable scientific prize of the TU Darmstadt and is awarded each ...


Printed electronics to control flexible displays

Partners of the “Forum Organic Electronics” excellence cluster are developing printable organic circuits


Screens and display elements in mobile phones, e-readers for electronic books and measuring devices are now well-established features of our networked world. To make the manufacture of these mobile mass displays more cost effective, organic electronics is providing technical solutions, including ...


Innovative materials and new printing processes driving printed electronics ahead


With nanoparticulate functional materials and innovative printing pro-cesses, researchers from BASF SE, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) and Darmstadt Technical University are revolutionizing printing technology. Organic electronic products of future potential, such as photovoltaic ...


Merck KGaA und TU Darmstadt wagen "Chemieexperiment"

Gemeinsames Schülerlabor an der Uni mit umfangreichem Angebot


Die Technische Universität Darmstadt und Merck KGaA investieren in ein gemeinschaftliches Schülerlabor, um noch mehr Begeisterung und Verständnis für Naturwissenschaften zu wecken, den Nachwuchs gezielt und praxisnah zu fördern und um ein Angebot zur Fortbildung von Lehrkräften zu bieten. Es ist ...


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