Environment - Sep 25

For a long time, little attention was paid to ground temperatures because, in contrast to air temperatures near the surface, hardly any reliable data were available due to the significantly more complex measurement. A research team led by the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) with the participation of the University of Leipzig has now found that not only can soil and air temperatures differ, but also that climate change has a much greater impact on the intensity and frequency of heat extremes in the soil than in the air. This is particularly the case in Central Europe, they write in the journal Nature Climate Change.

Physics - Sep 25

Scientists from the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena and the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg have successfully developed nanomaterials using a so-called bottom-up approach.

History / Archeology

An excavation in Turkey has brought to light an unknown Indo-European language. Professor Daniel Schwemer, an expert for the ancient near east from Würzburg, is involved in investigating the discovery.

Chemistry - Sep 22

The research units are aiming to reveal the potential of enzymatic catalysis and investigate the biological mechanisms that underlie bladder cancer.

Computer Science

A new generation of cloud services is on the rise. It is based on the paradigm of "serverless computing", which is an active research topic at the Institute for Computer Science in Würzburg.

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