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University of Tübingen study leads to lowering of the EU environmental limit for the painkiller ibuprofen
A study by researchers from the Universities of Tübingen and Athens has found that the toxicity of chemicals in lakes and rivers may vary by several orders of magnitude depending on the water’s acidity. Professor Heinz Köhler from the University of Tübingen’s Institute of Evolution and Ecology, ...
Specific substances for certain parts of the body
A international team of researchers from LMU and University of Tübingen is unveiling the secrets of ancient Egyptian embalming. Vessels from a workshop in Saqqara are providing new insights into the substances that were used to preserve human bodies. Exactly 100 years ago, the tomb of Tutankhamun ...
Organic radicals enable new applications and might become a sustainable replacement for rare earths
Magnets from organic materials can enable new applications and offer a sustainable alternative to metal magnets containing rare earths. With a worldwide unique experimental setup at DESY's X-ray source PETRA III, scientists from Tübingen, Hamburg, Berlin, Nebraska und Italy have demonstrated ...
Novel unusual sugar from cyanobacteria acts as natural herbicide
Researchers at the University of Tübingen have discovered a natural substance that could compete with the controversial herbicide glyphosate: The newly discovered sugar molecule synthesized from cyanobacteria inhibits the growth of various microorganisms and plants but is harmless to humans and ...
Researchers put metal-oxides and organic magnets together; applications for electronics in sight
Magnets made of organic materials have a number of advantages over the classic metal or alloy magnets. They are chemically more flexible, cheaper to make, and can be better adapted to various purposes and varying designs. In practice, researchers want to apply both types of magnets in electronics ...
Tübingen scientists investigate a first step towards future technological applications
Development of organic single molecule magnets opens a great many of applications for magnetic materials and new memory technologies. Organic magnets are lighter, more flexible and less energy intensive in production than conventional magnets. Scientists from the laboratory of Dr. Benedetta Casu ...
After three years of intensive research in the field of new solution-processable materials for OLEDs (Organic Light-Emitting Diodes), Merck and ten other partners from industry and academia have successfully concluded the "New materials for OLEDs from solutions" (NEMO) project co-funded by the ...
Scientists at the University of Tübingen head a new international project to develop an electrochemical sensor to detect and analyze nanoparticles in commercial products. They are found in cosmetics and paints, and even help keep fruit fresh – nanoparticles, with their antimicrobial qualities, ...
German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is supporting the research project “New materials for OLEDs from solutions” (NEMO)
Merck KGaA announced that it has launched a project called "New materials for OLEDs from solutions" (NEMO) together with partners from industry and science. The objective of this project, which is being co-funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is to develop innovative, ...