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Environment - Materials Science - 19.04.2024
Scientists urge action over life-threatening pollution from solar power waste in Africa
Researchers from The University of Manchester investigating waste management practices for off-grid solar technologies in Malawi have discovered life-threatening quantities of lead pollution from improperly managed battery waste.

Materials Science - Environment - 16.04.2024
Research group leads the charge towards the next generation of batteries with BAT4EVER project 
Research group leads the charge towards the next generation of batteries with BAT4EVER project 
VUB research group leads the charge towards the next generation of batteries with BAT4EVER project  The MOBI research group at VUB is turning game changing self-healing batteries into reality, making

Innovation - Materials Science - 15.04.2024
Michelin, the CNRS, and the University of Strasbourg are joining forces to develop innovative nanofibrous materials
Michelin, the CNRS, and the University of Strasbourg are joining forces to develop innovative nanofibrous materials
Michelin, the CNRS, and the University of Strasbourg inaugurated the SpinLab associated research laboratory in Strasbourg on 15 April, with a view to studying the electrospinning process for the optimal production of nanofibrous materials, such as adhesives or filtration membranes.

Event - Materials Science - 12.04.2024
'EPFL on wheels' gets a facelift
’EPFL on wheels’ gets a facelift

Materials Science - Environment - 12.04.2024
New buildings make sustainable, top-level research possible
New buildings make sustainable, top-level research possible

Materials Science - Environment - 10.04.2024
Pioneering solution for converting wood waste into electricity
Pioneering solution for converting wood waste into electricity
A UV team develops a pioneering solution for converting wood waste into electricity In a revolutionary advance towards energy sustainability, an international research team led by Mario Culebras, pro

Materials Science - Environment - 10.04.2024
A Universitat's team a pioneering solution for converting wood waste into electricity
A Universitat’s team a pioneering solution for converting wood waste into electricity
In a revolutionary advance towards energy sustainability, an international research team led by Mario Culebras, professor in the Department of Physical Chemistry at the Universitat de València and re

Health - Materials Science - 10.04.2024
Tackling cancer at the nanoscale
Tackling cancer at the nanoscale

Physics - Materials Science - 09.04.2024
The (Un)Reachable States of Matter
The (Un)Reachable States of Matter
New assistant professor at ISTA bridges ultrafast physics and quantum mechanics Ultrafast laser spectroscopy specialist Denitsa Baykusheva is one of the newest additions to the faculty at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) in 2024.

Materials Science - Innovation - 04.04.2024
'Everything I need for work is in my backpack'
’Everything I need for work is in my backpack’

Microtechnics - Materials Science - 04.04.2024
Vub ’smart Project’ Brings Together Brilliant Robotic Minds to Transform Tomorrow
To create smarter materials that will transform robotics, researchers must work together. That was the thinking behind the four year SMART project, which united fifteen early-stage researchers from robotics and materials science - and turned them into friends.

Materials Science - Innovation - 02.04.2024
TU Delft and VDL ETG T&D research contactless wafer handling for better chip production
TU Delft and VDL ETG T&D research contactless wafer handling for better chip production
Every time the robotic arm picks up a wafer for placement in the chip machine, very small particles are generated which are harmful for the chip production process.

Physics - Materials Science - 02.04.2024
University of Glasgow wins £4.9m to commission a world-leading microscope for materials science

Architecture - Materials Science - 02.04.2024
Programming functional fabrics
Programming functional fabrics

Physics - Materials Science - 29.03.2024
'Life is short, so aim high'
’Life is short, so aim high’
Professor Rafael Jaramillo relishes the challenge of developing new, environmentally beneficial semiconductor materials.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 28.03.2024
Waterloo launches new centre for electric vehicle battery research
Waterloo launches new centre for electric vehicle battery research

Physics - Materials Science - 22.03.2024
Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat Marks Its 1000th Publication
Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat Marks Its 1000th Publication
One of the benchmarks used to measure the success of research is the volume of publications in esteemed journals.

Innovation - Materials Science - 20.03.2024
Bundled light improves 3D printing
Bundled light improves 3D printing
TUM start-up LEAM offers new possibilities for additive manufacturing Tech start-up LEAM has succeeded in improving plastic 3D printing through light alone.

Materials Science - Campus - 20.03.2024
Optimizing nuclear fuels for next-generation reactors
While working to nurture scientific talent in his native Nigeria, Assistant Professor Ericmoore Jossou is setting his sights on using materials science and computation to design robust nuclear components.

Physics - Materials Science - 19.03.2024
Using Polarization to Improve Quantum Imaging
Quantum imaging is a growing field that takes advantage of the counterintuitive and "spooky" ability of light particles, or photons, to become linked, or entangled, under specialized circumstances. If the state of one photon in the entangled duo gets tweaked, so does the other, regardless of how far apart the two photons might be.

Materials Science - Campus - 19.03.2024
Pushing material boundaries for better electronics
Pushing material boundaries for better electronics

Environment - Materials Science - 13.03.2024
Embracing change
Embracing change
In October 2023, Nathalie Casas took over the lead of Empa's Energy, Mobility and Environment research department.

Health - Materials Science - 11.03.2024
Smart protection for delicate skin
Smart protection for delicate skin
Skin injuries caused by prolonged pressure often occur in people who are unable to change their position independently - such as sick newborns in hospitals or elderly people.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 07.03.2024
Doctoral Students Take On 3MT Challenge
Carnegie Mellon University doctoral students will challenge each other - and the clock - as they captivate their audience and explain complex research in three minutes or less during this year's Three Minute Thesis (3MT).

Chemistry - Materials Science - 04.03.2024
Nanothin printing of electronics hardware could slash costs
Engineering researchers have developed a 2D printing process using liquid metals that they say could create new ways of creating more advanced and energy efficient computing hardware that is manufactured at the nanoscale.

Materials Science - Life Sciences - 29.02.2024
Prestigious NWO Vici grants for Rudie Kunnen, Ilja Voets, and Tom de Greef
Prestigious NWO Vici grants for Rudie Kunnen, Ilja Voets, and Tom de Greef

Materials Science - Chemistry - 29.02.2024
Power when the sun doesn’t shine
With batteries based on iron and air, Form Energy leverages MIT research to incorporate renewables into the grid.

Materials Science - Campus - 28.02.2024
Print the future: a 3D micro-optics revolution
In a recent publication in the scientific journal Trends in Chemistry from Cell Press, researchers from the University of Twente delve into the potential of 3D printing ceramics in micro-optics.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 27.02.2024
Packaged in beer
Packaged in beer
Researchers have extracted nanocellulose from a waste product of beer brewing and processed it into an aerogel.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 26.02.2024
New Consortium Aims to Develop More Sustainable Sodium-based Batteries
New Consortium Aims to Develop More Sustainable Sodium-based Batteries

Electroengineering - Materials Science - 23.02.2024
Engineers 3D print the electromagnets at the heart of many electronics
Engineers 3D print the electromagnets at the heart of many electronics
The printed solenoids could enable electronics that cost less and are easier to manufacture - on Earth or in space.

Campus - Materials Science - 23.02.2024
Nourishing the mind, hand, and stomach
Nourishing the mind, hand, and stomach

Materials Science - Environment - 22.02.2024
Graphene research: numerous products, no acute dangers
Graphene research: numerous products, no acute dangers
The largest EU research initiative ever launched has come to a successful end: The Graphene Flagship was officially concluded at the end of last year.

Materials Science - 20.02.2024
UC San Diego and CEA-Leti Report First IC for Piezoelectric Resonator DC-DC Conversion Achieving a 310% Loss Reduction
ISSCC 2024 Paper Says 'Ground-Breaking' DC-DC Converter Unifies Power Switches on a Single Chip S AN DIEGO and GRENOBLE, France - Feb.

Materials Science - 16.02.2024
Thermoelectrics make electricity from your daily (hot) coffee
So-called thermoelectric generators ('thermoelectrics') convert ambient heat into electricity. They can be used to power a broad range of applications, from wearables and sensors to remote electronic systems like satellites.

Physics - Materials Science - 15.02.2024
Funding for Western nuclear energy projects fuels a safe future
Funding for Western nuclear energy projects fuels a safe future
Researchers Hamidreza Abdolvand and Samantha Gateman are studying safe production and used fuel storage for small modular reactors Small modular reactors (SMRs) are considered the future of nuclear energy because they are smaller and more importantly, safer.

Health - Materials Science - 15.02.2024
Innovative materials to combat bacteria
Innovative materials to combat bacteria
A team from the University of Geneva is developing new alloys with bactericidal properties to combat antibiotic-resistant germs. While crucial to biotechnology, bacteria can also cause severe disease, exacerbated by their increasing resistance to antibiotics. This duality between economic benefits and infectious risks underlines the importance of finding ways to control their development.

Materials Science - Innovation - 14.02.2024
Using AI to discover stiff and tough microstructures
Innovative AI system from MIT CSAIL melds simulations and physical testing to forge materials with newfound durability and flexibility for diverse engineering uses. Every time you smoothly drive from point A to point B, you're not just enjoying the convenience of your car, but also the sophisticated engineering that makes it safe and reliable.

Materials Science - Innovation - 08.02.2024
Guus Rijnders new Captain of Science Top Sector High Tech Systems and Materials

Materials Science - Innovation - 08.02.2024
MIT students win national materials design competition

Chemistry - Materials Science - 07.02.2024
Keeping reactor hot with holes
Keeping reactor hot with holes
Leon Rosseau defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry on February 7th.

Physics - Materials Science - 06.02.2024
Matthieu Verstraete appointed as Professor in Ab Initio Simulations of Quantum Materials

Materials Science - Environment - 06.02.2024
MADMEC winner creates 'temporary tattoos' for T-shirts
MADMEC winner creates ’temporary tattoos’ for T-shirts

Environment - Materials Science - 02.02.2024
New materials including fungi-based insulation to be tested for sustainable building potential
New materials including fungi-based insulation to be tested for sustainable building potential
INBUILT project launches to transform European sustainable building practices, testing the suitability and lifetime impacts of natural and recycled materials Published on Friday 2 February 2024 Last

Materials Science - Chemistry - 01.02.2024
Novel Batteries and Neural Networks
Novel Batteries and Neural Networks

Innovation - Materials Science - 01.02.2024
New network to build the first realistic thermomagnetic generator for waste heat recovery

Innovation - Materials Science - 01.02.2024
New network advancing European energy transition working on the first realistic thermomagnetic devices for waste heat recovery

Chemistry - Materials Science - 30.01.2024
When serendipity meets excellence
When serendipity meets excellence
Two outstanding publications by young researchers were honored with the Empa Research Award. The recipients, Amogh Kinikar and Shih-Chi Yang, wrote their award-winning papers during their doctoral studies at Empa.

Materials Science - 29.01.2024
Middle-school students meet a beam of electrons, and excitement results

Materials Science - Innovation - 25.01.2024
Rapid 3D printing with liquid metal
Rapid 3D printing with liquid metal
Their new technique can produce furniture-sized aluminum parts in only minutes. MIT researchers have developed an additive manufacturing technique that can print rapidly with liquid metal, producing large-scale parts like table legs and chair frames in a matter of minutes. Their technique, called liquid metal printing (LMP), involves depositing molten aluminum along a predefined path into a bed of tiny glass beads.
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