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Quantum material as a terahertz booster

New study clarifies fundamental puzzle about topological insulators

25-Oct-2021

They are considered to be highly interesting materials for the electronics of the future: topological insulators conduct electricity in a special way and promise novel circuits and faster mobile communications. A research team from Germany, Spain and Russia, led by the Helmholtz Centre ...

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Sauerkraut, light and crystals

Researchers want to develop new bioplastic for use in optical technologies

25-Oct-2021

Scientists at the University of Paderborn, Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences and the Aachen-Maastricht Institute for Biobased Materials (AMIBM) are researching new environmentally friendly plastic products based on lactic acid. The aim is to develop sustainable materials for optical ...

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Milliken & Company Acquires Encapsys, LLC

22-Oct-2021

Milliken & Company, a global diversified manufacturer with more than a century and a half of materials science expertise, has formally acquired Encapsys, LLC, a world leader in microencapsulation, from the Cypress Performance Group LLC (“Cypress”). The transaction officially closed October 18, ...

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First controllable nanoscale gas-liquid interface fabricated

22-Oct-2021

When liquid meets gas, a unique zone forms. Variable by nature, molecules can cross from one state to another, combining in unique ways to either desirable or unwanted ends. From heat escaping a mug of coffee to increasing molecular concentrations in chemical solutions, gas-liquid interfaces are ...

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New technique paves the way for perfect perovskites

22-Oct-2021

An exciting new solar material called organic-inorganic halide perovskites could one day help the U.S. achieve its solar ambitions and decarbonize the power grid. One thousand times thinner than silicon, perovskite solar materials can be tuned to respond to different colors of the solar spectrum ...

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New active substance against parasites

22-Oct-2021

Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI have identified a chemical compound that is probably suitable as an active agent against several single-cell parasites. These include the pathogens that cause malaria and toxoplasmosis. The target of the promising substance is the protein tubulin: it ...

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BASF and KIT join forces in public funded project to investigate opportunities of multilayered anodes for lithium-ion batteries

Knowledge transfer to foster coating technology in academia and to meet global customer demands

21-Oct-2021

Electromobility is globally recognized as a decisive factor for achieving climate neutrality. High-performance lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles play a key role to reach these goals. BASF is a leading player in the battery materials market focusing on high-performance cathode active ...

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Graphene - a material of the future: BAM develops standards for industrial applications

Project ISO-G-SCoPe

21-Oct-2021

In a new EU project, the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) wants to develop measurement methods which determine the composition of graphene more reliably. Within the framework of the ISO-G-SCoPe project, these methods are to be standardized in order to transfer graphene ...

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Researchers engineer hardier microbes to improve bioproduction of fuels, chemicals

20-Oct-2021

Busy, productive microbes use enzymes to break down leaves, stalks and other biomass and then convert that material into renewable fuels and chemicals. But some of those enzymes can’t function at the high temperatures or acidity that maintain low operating costs for fermentation processes. A ...

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AI predicts extensive material properties to break down a previously insurmountable wall

20-Oct-2021

If the properties of materials can be reliably predicted, then the process of developing new products for a huge range of industries can be streamlined and accelerated. In a study published in Advanced Intelligent Systems, researchers from The University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science ...

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