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Scanning X-ray microscope reaches record resolution of 10 nanometres
A novel X-ray microscope at DESY offers the world's sharpest X-ray vision: Thanks to the extraordinary brilliance of DESY's X-ray source PETRA III, this microscope is able to resolve details as small as ten nanometres – which is about ten thousand times thinner than a human hair. Only few ...
Jan Meiß developed transparent organic solar cells with high efficiency
On 4th July 2012 the UMSICHT scientific award 2012 was awarded to the scientist Jan Meiß for his dissertation „New Material Concepts for Organic Solar Cells“. The award was presented to him in Oberhausen by Prof. Dr. med. Dietrich Grönemeyer, Chairman of the Wissenschaftsforum Ruhr e.V., who ...
Researchers Discover a Rare Physical Phenomenon at Low Temperatures and High Magnetic Fields
It actually seems impossible: Scientists from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) and theTU Dresdenwere able to verify with an intermetallic compound of bismuth and nickel that certain materials actually exhibit the two contrary properties of superconductivity and ferromagnetism ...
Research and industry are increasingly exploiting the potential of aptamers. As well as their application in research, medical diagnosis and treatment, aptamers are also interesting as a basis for biosensors for use in environmental analysis because their characteristics enable them to ...
Hans-Joachim Knölker, and colleagues from the Technical University of Dresden have developed the first total synthesis of a family of antiostatins. Antiostatins, isolated from a strain of bacteria, are antioxidative agents with potent antibiotic activity. Until now, they have only been ...
An der TU Dresden werden neue Methoden der Wasserstoffspeicherung erforscht
Wissenschaftler in der Fachrichtung Chemie (Physikalische Chemie) der TU Dresden arbeiten deshalb schon seit einiger Zeit an der Entwicklung neuer Festkörperspeicher, in denen sich Wasserstoff in die Zwischenräume des Gerüstmaterials anlagert. Die Eigenschaften dieser neu zu entwickelnden ...