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Life Sciences - Health - 15.09.2021
The proteins of Covid-19
The proteins of Covid-19
Machine learning assisted structure analysis reveals SARS-CoV-2 virus tactics The proteins of SARS-CoV-2 play key roles in how the virus manages to evade immune defense and replicate itself in patients' cells.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 14.09.2021
Reaction mechanisms during interphase formation in lithium batteries decoded
MEET Researchers Decode Reaction Mechanisms During Interphase Formation in Lithium Batteries A team of MEET Battery Research Center led by scientist Marco Leißing has now used isotope labelling and gas chromatography to analyse the reaction pathways during interphase formation in lithium batteries.

Life Sciences - Research Management - 14.09.2021

Transport - Innovation - 13.09.2021
Bavarian test facility for intelligent mobility
Bavarian test facility for intelligent mobility
TUM, IABG and Bavarian Ministry of Transport join forces The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Industrieanlagen-Betriebsgesellschaft mbH (IABG) are building a new test bed for intelligent mobility concepts.

Health - Environment - 10.09.2021
Eco-efficient fertilization
Eco-efficient fertilization
Researchers calculate billions in environmental and health savings Urea is a valuable nitrogen fertilizer which is regularly used in agriculture to fertilize large areas of arable land.

Physics - Materials Science - 09.09.2021
High-speed modulation thanks to crystal symmetry
High-speed modulation thanks to crystal symmetry
Physicists and chemists at University of Jena develop a method for nonlinear signal modulation in 2D materials Nonlinear optics is of paramount importance in numerous fields of science and technology

Computer Science - 09.09.2021
New Round of Applications for Fellowships in Research Communication at MIP.labor
Science journalists and other media professionals have until October 15 to apply for a highly attractive fellowship at MIP.labor The research communication think tank for mathematics, computer

Environment - 06.09.2021

Campus - Pedagogy - 06.09.2021
Between hope and reservations: Study on what students expect of remote learning
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, teaching and learning at German brick-and-mortar universities shifted to virtual formats practically overnight.

Event - Transport - 03.09.2021

Environment - Social Sciences - 03.09.2021

Chemistry - 02.09.2021
Go-ahead for technology user center in Bavaria
TUM expanding hydrogen research The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is delighted that a Hydrogen Technology User Center (WTAZ) in Pfeffenhausen, near Landshut, has now been greenlighted.

Research Management - 02.09.2021

Social Sciences - 27.08.2021

Social Sciences - Innovation - 27.08.2021

Psychology - 27.08.2021
First aid for mental health problems
University of Jena sets up mental health first aid team and provides information on mental health on a new website Working in science can lead to a high level of psychological stress.

Architecture - 26.08.2021
'We play ping pong with the tree'
’We play ping pong with the tree’
Interview with Prof. Ferdinand Ludwig on functional greenery in the urban environment More urban green helps to cool down cities.

Astronomy / Space Science - Computer Science - 26.08.2021

Life Sciences - Health - 25.08.2021

Research Management - Life Sciences - 24.08.2021

Materials Science - Health - 19.08.2021

Economics / Business - Career - 17.08.2021
From self-interest to the social enterprise
From self-interest to the social enterprise
Study reveals motives driving entrepreneurs Not all entrepreneurs who found social enterprises are driven by idealism.

Life Sciences - Environment - 17.08.2021
Against overfishing: Protect large spawners and assess stocks correctly
Against overfishing: Protect large spawners and assess stocks correctly
Study: The replenishment potential of exploited fish stocks is systematically overestimated To avoid overfishing the status and reproductive capacity of fish stocks are regularly determined through stock assessments. The fecundity of female fish is here an important factor. Unfortunately, many calculations contain a systematic error as the reproductive capacity of large fish is underestimated.

Research Management - 16.08.2021

Religions - History / Archeology - 13.08.2021

Life Sciences - 11.08.2021
Orangutans spontaneously use wooden hammers to crack nuts
Orangutans spontaneously use wooden hammers to crack nuts
Using an object to crack nuts is considered one of the most complex tool-using behaviors in the animal kingdom. So far, only chimpanzees, capuchins and macaques have been observed cracking nuts with such tools in the wild. In a new study, Dr. Elisa Bandini and Dr. Claudio Tennie from Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology at the University of Tübingen investigated whether other primate species such as orangutans also crack nuts with tools and how the animals can learn to do so.

Astronomy / Space Science - 11.08.2021
Sensor Film for Aerospace
Sensor Film for Aerospace
Using a sensor film to monitor how well aircraft and spacecraft withstand the mechanical stresses of flight: Würzburg researchers have received a prize for this idea, which comes with a lot of money.

Materials Science - Economics / Business - 10.08.2021
Future battery cost: Crucial for the success of the mobility and energy transition: Research group from the University of Münster publishes comprehensive comparison of battery cost forecasts
Future battery cost: Crucial for the success of the mobility and energy transition: Research group from the University of Münster publishes comprehensive comparison of battery cost forecasts
For years, there has been a clear downward trend in battery costs. This development is important since batteries, as key components of electric vehicles and stationary energy storage systems, account for the majority of their cost.

Environment - 10.08.2021

Computer Science - Campus - 10.08.2021

Psychology - 09.08.2021
'Body language has an enormous influence on our perceptions of people': Münster University psychologist Simon Breil researches into how much is revealed by non-verbal features such as gestures and facial expressions
’Body language has an enormous influence on our perceptions of people’: Münster University psychologist Simon Breil researches into how much is revealed by non-verbal features such as gestures and facial expressions
Münster University psychologist Simon Breil researches into how much is revealed by non-verbal features such as gestures and facial expressions First impressions count: a smile on the lips, or dynamic gestures, have a positive effect on the way people's personalities are judged.
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