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Scientists synthesized light with new intrinsic chirality to tell mirror molecules apart

Let there be… a new light

30-Oct-2019

Light is the fastest way to distinguish right- and left-handed chiral molecules, which has important applications in chemistry and biology. However, ordinary light only weakly senses molecular handedness. Researchers from the Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy ...

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Bioplastics from Waste Fats

Using bacteria to replace plastics derived from fossil oil

25-Sep-2019

450 million tons of plastic are produced globally each year. PHAs represent a tentative approach to defeating the plague that is plastic. PHA stands for Polyhydroxyalkanoates. Polyhydroxyalkanoates are biopolymers and are referred to as bioplastics due to the similarity of their thermoplastic ...

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BASF and TU Berlin launch artificial intelligence cooperation

16-Aug-2019

BASF and Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin) have signed an agreement to cooperate closely in the area of machine learning. The aim of the Berlin-based Joint Lab for Machine Learning (BASLEARN) is to develop workable new mathematical models and algorithms for fundamental questions relating ...

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Using the dark side of excitons for quantum computing

21-Dec-2017

To build tomorrow's quantum computers, some researchers are turning to dark excitons, which are bound pairs of an electron and the absence of an electron called a hole. As a promising quantum bit, or qubit, it can store information in its spin state, analogous to how a regular, classical bit ...

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First imaging of free nanoparticles in lab experiment using high-intensity laser source

12-Sep-2017

In a joint research project, scientists from the Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy (MBI), the Technische Universität Berlin and the University of Rostock have managed for the first time to image free nanoparticles in a laboratory experiment using a ...

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Conserve crude oil: Sustainable raw materials for the chemical industry

More joint efforts and pioneering spirit required

22-Jun-2017

According to experts, the chemical industry needs to increase the use of sustainable raw materials such as plants and CO2 to conserve limited fossil resources. Participants of a raw material summit held on Tuesday at the Technical University of Berlin and organized in collaboration with DECHEMA ...

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Carbon dioxide in ever wider use as a raw material

Covestro and partners working on new climate-friendly process

14-Mar-2016

Carbon dioxide is being used ever more widely as a novel raw material in plastics production. As part of the “Production Dreams” project, materials manufacturer Covestro is working with RWTH Aachen University and the Technical University of Berlin, both in Germany, on a further process that will ...

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Making cookies from coal?

ThyssenKrupp and TU Berlin develop new process for eco-friendly conversion of process gases

17-Nov-2015

Making cookies from coal? In theory it is now possible with a completely new technology developed in a collaborative project by the Schwelgern coke plant (KBS), plant engineering company ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions and Berlin Technical University (TU Berlin). A pilot plant installed on the ...

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Secure data transfer thanks to a single photon

15-Oct-2015

Security in data transfer is one of the scientific tasks of the Collaborative Research Center 787 “Semiconductor Nanophotonics”, whose head institution is TU Berlin. Also involved are the mathematicians and MATHEON members Prof. Frank Schmidt, Dr. Sven Burger and Dr. Benjamin Wohlfeil of the Zuse ...

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X-ray pulses uncover free nanoparticles for the first time in 3-D

'Super microscope' reveals unexpected variety of shapes

10-Feb-2015

For the first time, a German-American research team has determined the three-dimensional shape of free-flying silver nanoparticles, using DESY's X-ray laser FLASH. The tiny particles, hundreds of times smaller than the width of a human hair, were found to exhibit an unexpected variety of shapes, ...

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