Monday, August 19, 2019
Home Tags RWTH

Tag: RWTH

Nanowire Memristor

Nanowire Memristor: A Nanometric Device to Reproduce the Synapses of the...

Emulating and understanding the human brain is one of the most important challenges for modern technology: on the one hand, the ability...
metalloenzymes, Optimo algorithm, climate change

Scientists Decipher Key Principle Behind Reaction of Metalloenzymes

What enables electrons to be transferred swiftly, for example during photosynthesis? An interdisciplinary team of researchers has worked out the details of how important...
nanofibers

Spiderwebs Made of Nanofibers

Cribellate spiders are those, which in contrast to most other spiders, do not use glue on their threads but rather are capable of turning...
quantum computers

Quantum Research Receives One Billion Euros in Funding

Quantum science is rapidly evolving towards greater technology maturity throughout the world. To remain at the forefront of this exciting field, collaborations are crucial....
Breast Cancer

New Ways of Treating Breast Cancer

Qithera is the name of the company that professor Edgar Dahl and Michael Rose, MD, from the Institute of Pathology at RWTH Aachen University...
human brain

The Human Brain Grows Longer and More Function-specific than Thought

Even in the mother's body, the human brain receives information and processes it. If a baby is born, it can see, hear and respond...
Parkinson’s Disease, memory chips, 3D printing

​NTU and German Scientists Turn Memory Chips into Processors to Speed...

A team of international scientists have found a way to make memory chips perform computing tasks, which is traditionally done by computer processors like...
metalloenzymes, Optimo algorithm, climate change

How Landscapes React to Climate Change

In a study recently published by the scientific journal Science Advances, researchers from the California Institute of Technology, RWTH Aachen, and the GFZ German...
hydrophobic membrane

Hydrophobic Membrane with Nanopores for Highly Efficient Energy Storage

Storing fluctuating and delivering stable electric power supply are central issues when using energy from solar plants or wind power stations. Here, efficient and...
metalloenzymes, Optimo algorithm, climate change

Software Conserves Energy

In NRW the industrial sector uses 42 percent of final energy – that's approximately 250 billion kilowatt hours. Modern energy systems of gas, electricity,...
titanium aluminide

From Production Waste to Raw Material

The RWTH Institute of Process Metallurgy and Metal Recycling conducts research on efficient and cost-effective methods for the production and recycling of titanium aluminide. “This...