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Revolutionary breakthrough: bacteria help in the circular economy of rare earths

Recycling Rare Earths with biomass: Previously uninvestigated strains of cyanobacteria can adsorb metals


Rare Earth metals are essential to countless high-tech applications. Working together with the University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern, a research team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has now succeeded in recycling these valuable metals from aqueous solutions using previously ...


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The color play of mineral resources

Finding rare earths: Dr. René Booysen receives the L'Oréal-UNESCO Prize for Women in Science for her exploration research


Dr. René Booysen researches the exploration of mineral deposits. At the Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology (HIF), belonging to the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), she develops sensor-based exploration techniques to identify resources in a non-invasive way. Each ...


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More Than Superfood: Duckweed is not only rich in nutrients, it also stores rare earths to a particularly high degree

Researchers at Jacobs University Study Use of Duckweed


In Asia, duckweed has been used as a food for a long time. The research group CritMET: Critical Metals for Enabling Technologies at Jacobs University Bremen recently discovered that duckweed is not only rich in nutrients, it also stores rare earths to a particularly high degree. Anna-Lena Zocher ...


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Levitating rarities

Magnetic trapping of rare-earth ions may lead to a handy technology for their separation


Some raw materials are considered critical by the European Commission. These include many representatives from the rare-earth elements group, for which supply bottlenecks are imminent and no simple substitute options in technological applications exist. With currently no economically feasible ...


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High-tech Metals Germanium and Gallium from the Deep Sea?

Research on the Raw Materials Dilemma


Germanium and gallium are two metals that are of great importance for modern high technologies. Both are important raw materials for the semiconductor industry, for fiber optic cables and for photovoltaics. They are thus essential components for shaping electromobility and the energy transition. ...


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Breakthrough for efficient and high-speed spintronic devices

New soft X-ray source could be used for many applications in physics, chemistry, and biology


INRS researchers and international partners have succeeded in looking at spin inside rare earth materials, using a tabletop ultrafast soft-X-ray microscope, for the first time. Sharing real-time information requires complex networks of systems. A promising approach for speeding up data storage ...


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Salvaging rare earth elements from electronic waste

Chemical engineer develops sustainable nanotechnology to selectively recover metals


Manufacturers rely on rare earth elements, like neodymium, to create strong magnets used in motors for electronics including hybrid cars, aircraft generators, loudspeakers, hard drives and in-ear headphones. But mineral deposits containing neodymium are hard to reach and are found in just a few ...


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‘Bio-fishing’ for rare earths

How protein fragments can be used for the recycling of electronics waste


Without important key elements such as copper or rare earth metals, the electronics industry would grind to a halt and electricity would cease to flow. End-of-life products like discarded energy-saving lamps, mobile phones and computers could provide an important secondary source for these ...


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Rare earth orthoferrite LnFeO3 nanoparticles for bioimaging


Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has emerged as one of the most powerful clinical imaging tools because of its superb spatial resolution and soft tissue contrast, especially when using contrast agents. In the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, scientists have presented a new kind of ...


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Molecular switch detects metals in the environment

Chemical sensor capable of detecting the presence of metals


An international team, led by researchers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, has designed a family of molecules capable of binding to metal ions present in its environment and providing an easily detectable light signal during binding. This new type of sensor forms a 3D structure ...


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