Opportunities for cancer treatment and wound healing Microrobots for the study of cells - . A group of researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has developed the world's first microrobot ("microbot") capable of navigating within groups of cells and stimulating individual cells. Berna Özkale Edelmann, a professor of Nanoand Microrobotics, sees potential for new treatments of human diseases.
Materials that can conduct electricity without resistance and thus without loss - so-called superconductors - promise a wide range of modern applications - from nuclear spin tomographs to high-precision measurement technology and quantum computers to integrated circuits and sensor systems for extremely energy-efficient, ultrafast information technology, so-called " green electronics ".
Wissenschaftlich-technische/r Mitarbeiter/-in Grundlagen SALCA Agroscope, 8046 Zürich-Affoltern
Research Associate geodetic measurement technology and geosensorics (60–100 %) School of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geomatics FHNW, Muttenz
Wissenschaftliche*r Mitarbeiter*in Geodätische Messtechnik und Geosensorik (60–100 %) Hochschule für Architektur, Bau und Geomatik FHNW, Muttenz
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