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Cool it, quick: Rapid cooling leads to stronger alloys

Researchers reveal a new technique to produce high strength metallic alloys, at a lower cost using less energy

11-Jul-2013

A team of researchers from the University of Rostock in Germany has developed a new way to rapidly produce high strength metallic alloys, at a lower cost using less energy than before. It's expected that this breakthrough will profoundly change how we produce components used in a diverse range of ...

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Bionic coating could help ships to economize on fuel

Materials based on water ferns could reduce fuel consumption massively

06-May-2010

The hairs on the surface of water ferns could allow ships to have a 10 per cent decrease in fuel consumption. The plant has the rare ability to put on a gauzy skirt of air under water. Researchers at the University of Bonn, Rostock and Karlsruhe now show in the journal Advanced Materials (doi: ...

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Fitting pieces for biosensors

15-Apr-2009

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 identify ...

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Power from formic acid

Room temperature is warm enough: hydrogen for fuel cells from formic acid

09-May-2008

One of the central challenges of our time is the supply of enough environmentally friendly and resource-efficient energy to our society. In this context, hydrogen technology has taken on increased importance. Björn Loges, Albert Boddien, Henrik Junge, and Matthias Beller at the Leibniz Institute ...

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Clariant and Jülich Fine Chemicals Lead Consortium to Investigate Broader Use of Oxynitrilases

28-Jun-2005

As part of its program "Sustainable Bio-production," Germany's Federal Ministry of Education & Research has awarded a consortium a grant to study the feasibility of oxynitrilase technologies as a more efficient method to manufacture chiral building block chemicals currently required by the ...

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