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10/07/2022
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  • A novel binding mechanism between small and giagantic particles
    Researchers at the 5th Physical Institute of the University of Stuttgart have verified a novel binding mechanism forming a molecule between a tiny charged particle and in atomic measures gigantic R...
  • Green hydrogen from plant residue
    Until now, the most common way to dispose of green waste and sewage sludge has been to compost or incinerate it. However, using these materials to produce the valuable energy source hydrogen would ...


  • Molecular water discovered on the moon
    For the first time, the SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) flying observatory has provided direct and unambiguous evidence of water molecules on the moon beyond the permanent ...


  • 3D printing of biological tissue
    The future of medicine is biological - and scientists hope we will soon be using 3D-printed biologically functional tissue to replace irreparably damaged tissue in the body. A team of researcher...
  • A new miniature NMR implant measures neuronal activity
    A team of neuroscientists and electrical engineers from Germany and Switzerland developed a highly sensitive implant that enables to probe brain physiology with unparalleled spatial and temporal re...






  • Scientists make cracks shine
    Every six years, a bridge in Germany undergoes a major inspection. "If a crack is overlooked in this test, it has another six years to grow", says Milad Mehdianpour of the BAM Federal Institute for...
  • How new substances form - researchers simulate processes in bubble column
    Inside of a bubble column, gas bubbles rise in a liquid. While this happens, chemical processes take place at their outer layers where different substances are in contact. About 90 percent of all p...
  • Researchers discover ferroelectric liquid crystal
    Although certain liquid crystals mainly comprise water, a spontaneous alignment of electrical dipoles could incur in them and consequently a spontaneous electrical polarisation could occur macrosco...






  • Ship in a bottle assembly of microfluidic devices
    Sometimes physicists resort to tried and trusted model-making tricks. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Metals Research, the University of Stuttgart and the Colorado School of Mines have c...