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microchip

On the Way to the Accelerator on the Microchip

Electrical Engineers at the Department of Accelerator Physics of the TU Darmstadt are developing a concept of a laser-driven electron accelerator that is so...
organ transplantation

Nanotechnology Opens the Door to Organ Transplantation Without Lifelong Medication

A new nano-immune therapy that programs the immune system offers hope for patients who, after an organ transplant, have to take many medications to...

Olive Oil and Fungus Protect Wood from Wood Rot

A fungus that does not attack wood, but preserves it. It sounds strange, but it is possible. Elke van Nieuwenhuijzen will be receiving her...
antenna box

The Car Is Becoming Communicative Thanks to Antennas in the Roof

Driving without communication technology has now become almost unthinkable. It seems quite normal to us that navigation systems regularly update their maps and shows...
MOFtronics

MOFtronics: 2D Metal-Organic Frameworks Are Ready for Electronics

A group of scientists has observed for the first time band-like electron transport in a conjugated two-dimensional (2D) metal-organic framework film (Nature Materials, "High-mobility...
neurodegenerative diseases

Decoding the Regulation of Cell Survival – a Major Step Towards...

An interdisciplinary and international research group led by Dr. Volker Busskamp from the Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden at the TU Dresden (CRTD) has...
Glow-In-The-Dark Paper

Glow-In-The-Dark Paper as a Rapid Test for Infectious Diseases

Researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and Keio University today present a practicable and reliable way to test for infectious diseases. All you...
drone tests

Delft Drone Tests New Sense-And-Avoid Technology in Australian Outback

Researchers at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) have developed new technology that enables a drone to record all stationary and moving objects (such...
Ultrasound Device

Improved Ultrasound Device Makes Images of Carotid Artery in Real Time

Vascular diseases Maysam Shabanimotlagh of TU Delft has developed a special ultrasound transducer (converter) with built-in electronics which can be used to make echocardiograms of...
flying robotvideo

Novel Flying Robot Mimics Rapid Insect Flight

A novel insect-inspired flying robot, developed by TU Delft researchers from the Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory (MAVLab), has been presented in Science (14 September...
wound healing

A Mere Drop of Blood Makes Skin Cells Line up

What happens to skin cells when they are confronted with blood? A team of researchers from Oslo University Hospital, led by Emma Lång and...
Tiny Diamonds

Superradiance: Quantum Effect Detected in Tiny Diamonds

The effect has been predicted theoretically decades ago - but it is very hard to provide experimental evidence for it: "Superradiance" is the phenomenon...
two dimensional materials

Watching Two-Dimensional Materials Grow

They are among the thinnest structures on earth: “two dimensional materials” are crystals which consist of only one or a few layers of atoms....
synthetic antibody

A Novel Synthetic Antibody Enables Conditional “Protein Knockdown” in Vertebrates

Perhaps the most important basic component of all cells are proteins that perform a wide variety of functions in cells and tissues. In order...
artificial placenta

Artificial Placenta Created in the Laboratory

The placenta has an essential and highly complex task: it must ensure the exchange of important substances between the mother and her unborn child,...
Wireless Internet

Antennas for Extremely Fast Wireless Internet

NWO has granted a Take-off feasibility study for the start-up of the new spin-off MaxWaves, whicaimsh  to commercialize new wireless technology to enable extremely fast...
laser system

Designing Laser Systems Made Easy

The Adlershof-based BeamXpert GmbH is developing software for real-time simulation of laser propagation in optical systems. It supports developers designing laser systems. Its two...
metabolic syndrome

New Computational Tool Reveals Subtypes of Metabolic Syndrome in Mice

Scientists at TU/e have developed a new computational model that accurately predicts the gradual, long-term progression of metabolic syndrome in mice. This disease affects...
Mechanochemistry

If Solubility Is the Problem – Mechanochemistry Is the Solution

Chemists from TU Dresden synthesize supersized nanographenes with ball milling Chemist Dr. Lars Borchardt and his team at TU Dresden recently achieved a huge breakthrough...
heart valves

Belly Helps Cultured Heart Valve to Finally Find Its Shape

For over fifteen years, scientists have been looking for the golden formula to grow heart valves using body cells. Now a method finally seems...