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Mathematics - Physics - 18.07.2024 - Today
Stochastics Elite Meets in Bochum
Stochastics Elite Meets in Bochum

Physics - Materials Science - 18.07.2024 - Today
E-mail from... Hamburg
E-mail from... Hamburg

Physics - Computer Science - 17.07.2024
3D visualization brings nuclear fusion to life
3D visualization brings nuclear fusion to life
EPFL was selected by the EUROfusion consortium to develop an advanced visualization system for a preliminary process in nuclear fusion.

Health - Physics - 16.07.2024
'Google Earth for the human heart' set to accelerate cardiovascular medicine
’Google Earth for the human heart’ set to accelerate cardiovascular medicine
Two whole adult human hearts, one healthy and one diseased, have been imaged in unprecedented detail by researchers from UCL and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), providing an invaluable resource for better understanding cardiovascular disease. The study, published in Radiology , is an atlas of the human heart that captures the anatomical structure of the whole organ down to 20 micrometres - half the width of a human hair.

Materials Science - Physics - 16.07.2024
Understanding the 3D Ice-printing Process To Create Microscale Structures
Advances in 3D printing have enabled applications across a variety of disciplines like medicine, manufacturing and energy.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 16.07.2024
Sun-Like Stars Found Orbiting Hidden Companions
Most stars in our universe come in pairs. While our own Sun is a loner, many stars like our Sun orbit similar stars, while a host of other exotic pairings between stars and cosmic orbs pepper the universe. Black holes, for example, are often found orbiting each other. One pairing that has proved to be quite rare is that between a Sun-like star and a type of dead star called a neutron star.

Physics - 15.07.2024
7th Annual Workshop on Advances in X-ray Imaging

Physics - History / Archeology - 15.07.2024
Emeritus John Vander Sande, microscopist, entrepreneur, and admired mentor, dies at 80

Physics - Campus - 14.07.2024
X-ray metrology for academia and industry
The University of Twente's XUV Optics Research Group and Malvern Panalytical have extended their strategic collaboration.

Physics - Campus - 14.07.2024
Advanced yet accessible X-ray metrology for academia and industry
The University of Twente's XUV Optics Research Group and Malvern Panalytical have extended their strategic collaboration.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 11.07.2024
Deep-Mapping the Night Sky for Hot Stars
Deep-Mapping the Night Sky for Hot Stars
UVEX: NASA's new UV space telescope with an ISTA fingerprint to conquer space The next NASA space telescope to survey the ultraviolet sky starting 2030 has the fingerprint of an astronomer from the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA).

Physics - Innovation - 10.07.2024
So that no sparks fly
Europe wants to be the first continent to be climate-neutral by 2050. At least that is what the "European Green Deal" envisages.

Physics - Innovation - 10.07.2024
ANU physicists are using lasers to give the Sydney Harbour Bridge a makeover
ANU physicists are using lasers to give the Sydney Harbour Bridge a makeover
ANU physicists are giving the Sydney Harbour Bridge a laser-based facelift so it can stand proud for future generations.

Physics - Innovation - 09.07.2024
2024 CNRS Innovation Medal: meet the three winners
2024 CNRS Innovation Medal: meet the three winners

Physics - Electroengineering - 08.07.2024
A new collaboration between public and private research studying the electromagnetism of ships
A new collaboration between public and private research studying the electromagnetism of ships

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 05.07.2024
'The light signal is a 'baby photo' of the universe'
’The light signal is a ’baby photo’ of the universe’
Physicist Kai Schmitz offers insights into the evolution of the universe and questions of cosmology Kai Schmitz 's field of work lies at the interface of particle physics and cosmology; his favourite subject is gravitational waves from the early universe. In an interview with Christina Hoppenbrock, the research group leader at the Institute of Theoretical Physics provides insights into the evolution of the universe, methods of research and still unresolved questions about cosmology.

Physics - Chemistry - 05.07.2024
New technologies for converting solar energy into green solar fuels
New technologies for converting solar energy into green solar fuels
The Technische Universität Ilmenau is researching high-performance components and their properties in a large-scale federal project to make the production of hydrogen from sunlight more stable, efficient and cost-effective.

Economics - Physics - 05.07.2024
Research Groups
Research Groups
University of Bonn Secures Two New Research Groups University of Bonn Secures Two New Research Groups The German Research Foundation (DFG) has given its approval for a new Centre for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences and a Research Unit at the University of Bonn.

Chemistry - Physics - 04.07.2024
Unravelling the secrets of artificial photosynthesis
Unravelling the secrets of artificial photosynthesis

Computer Science - Physics - 03.07.2024
New open-source software is greater than the sum of its parts
New open-source software is greater than the sum of its parts
Accurate models of real-world scenarios are important for bringing theoretical and experimental research together in meaningful ways.

Health - Physics - 03.07.2024
UV or not UV? How deep UV light could revolutionise healthcare
UV or not UV? How deep UV light could revolutionise healthcare

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 03.07.2024
Studying astrophysically relevant plasma physics
Thomas Varnish has always loved a hands-on approach to science. Research in lab-based astrophysics has enabled the PhD candidate to experiment in a heavily theoretical subject.

Physics - Campus - 02.07.2024
New Thermodynamics Method Enhances Maintenance and Prevents Failures
New Thermodynamics Method Enhances Maintenance and Prevents Failures
The performance and reliability of machines and devices reduce as they age. Currently, inaccurate degradation characterization leads to overand under-maintenance, both of which have dire consequences on society.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 02.07.2024
Caltech’s Submillimeter Observatory Has Been Removed from Maunakea

Physics - Innovation - 01.07.2024
Cooperation in reactor research
Copenhagen Atomics, a Danish molten salt reactor developer, and the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI, Switzerland's largest research institute for natural and engineering sciences, have signed a large-scale experimental collaboration agreement.

Campus - Physics - 01.07.2024
Raimond Snellings appointed head of Department of Physics
Raimond Snellings appointed head of Department of Physics

Physics - Materials Science - 01.07.2024
Semiconductor research at The University of Manchester
Semiconductor research at The University of Manchester
Manchester is a world-leader in the novel fabrication of semiconductors devices from 2D materials to silicon.

Physics - Campus - 01.07.2024
KU Leuven and TU Eindhoven enter into robust semicon collaboration
KU Leuven and TU Eindhoven enter into robust semicon collaboration

Computer Science - Physics - 01.07.2024
The tenured engineers of 2024
Eleven faculty members have been granted tenure in six units across MIT's School of Engineering. In 2024, MIT granted tenure to 11 faculty members across the School of Engineering.

Physics - 28.06.2024
New project to protect critical infrastructure against cyberattacks
With the aid of quantum encryption, the joint project "MANTIS" aims to prevent hackers from attacking gas pipeline networks and other important infrastructure / Physicists from the University of Müns

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 28.06.2024
Millions Available in Funding for Heidelberg Nuclear and Particle Physics
Millions Available in Funding for Heidelberg Nuclear and Particle Physics
Scientists at Heidelberg University are to receive funding worth over ten million euros for basic research in nuclear and particle physics.

Environment - Physics - 28.06.2024
Giant clams may hold the answers to making solar energy more efficient
Giant clams may hold the answers to making solar energy more efficient
In a new study, Yale researcher Alison Sweeney found that giant clams in the Western Pacific may be the most efficient solar energy system on the planet. Solar panel and biorefinery designers could learn a thing or two from iridescent giant clams living near tropical coral reefs, according to a new Yale-led study.

Computer Science - Physics - 27.06.2024
Algorithms for Optimal Airport Operations
Algorithms for Optimal Airport Operations
From basic research to everyday use: the Institute for Quantum Physics at Universität Hamburg and the IT provider Lufthansa Industry Solutions are jointly developing quantum algorithms to optimize operations at airports.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 27.06.2024
French-Chinese satellite to unlock the secrets of gamma-ray bursts
French-Chinese satellite to unlock the secrets of gamma-ray bursts
On 22 June, a Chinese Long March 2C rocket launched the SVOM satellite, carrying two French-designed instruments, into orbit.

Physics - Computer Science - 26.06.2024
ARC invests in research partnerships with industry
ARC invests in research partnerships with industry

Politics - Physics - 26.06.2024
Democracy Sausage: Crises going nuclear
Democracy Sausage: Crises going nuclear

Innovation - Physics - 25.06.2024
NY CREATES and CEA-Leti Announce Strategic Research Partnership

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 25.06.2024
Revived Technology Used to Count Individual Photons from Distant Galaxies
Adapted from a release by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. Using an instrument on the 4.1-meter Southern Astrophysical Research (SOAR) Telescope, researchers obtained the first astronomical spectrum using skipper charge-coupled devices (CCDs). Skipper CCDs can get down to very low noise levels, which helps astronomers see distant galaxies.

Physics - Innovation - 24.06.2024
Foray into new dimensions
Foray into new dimensions

Physics - Event - 24.06.2024
University of Glasgow celebrates Lord Kelvin bicentenary

Physics - Social Sciences - 21.06.2024
Advancing physics and reclaiming Indigenous roots

Materials Science - Physics - 21.06.2024
New X-ray machine unveils the ’hidden layers’ of materials
On the 21 of June, the Nanolab of the University of Twente opened a new state-of-the-art research facility.

Physics - 20.06.2024
TU Delft student team Eco-Runner aims to attempt a world record with hydrogen car

Physics - Health - 19.06.2024
Administrative Court confirms lawful operation of the FRM II
Administrative Court confirms lawful operation of the FRM II
Victory against the Bund Naturschutz lawsuit The Bavarian Administrative Court has confirmed the legality of the operation of the FRM II research reactor.

Physics - Innovation - 19.06.2024
A 'Quantum' Insight
A ’Quantum’ Insight

Materials Science - Physics - 18.06.2024
Outstanding innovative work in the field of 2D materials
Outstanding innovative work in the field of 2D materials

Life Sciences - Physics - 18.06.2024
Microscope system sharpens scientists’ view of neural circuit connections
A newly described technology improves the clarity and speed of using two-photon microscopy to image synapses in the living brain.

Health - Physics - 14.06.2024
Four Manchester Professors recognised in King’s Birthday Honours list

Physics - 14.06.2024
French neutron scattering at the crossroads
French neutron scattering at the crossroads
Between delays in delivering the new European infrastructure under construction in Sweden and uncertainty surrounding the future of the Laue Langevin Institute, which is the last neutron source on Fr

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 13.06.2024
NASA's Webb Reveals Long-Studied Star Is Actually Twins
NASA’s Webb Reveals Long-Studied Star Is Actually Twins
Managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory through launch, Webb's Mid-Infrared Instrument also revealed jets of gas flowing into space from the twin stars. Scientists recently got a big surprise from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope when they turned the observatory toward a group of young stars called WL 20.
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