Innovation and Economics - Innovation

Physics - Feb 10
Physics
The development of a quantum computer that can solve problems, which classical computers can only solve with great effort or not at all - this is the goal currently being pursued by an ever-growing number of research teams worldwide. The reason: Quantum effects, which originate from the world of the smallest particles and structures, enable many new technological applications.
Transport - Nov 19, 2019
Transport

Aeroelastic wing's first flight at Special Airport Oberpfaffenhofen Super-efficient wing takes off In a joint effort by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR), researchers have successfully developed new technologies for lighter aircraft wings that are still extremely stable.

Chemistry - Sep 6, 2019
Chemistry

Cells are the basic building blocks of life - and, as such, they have been the object of intense study since the invention of the optical microscope in the 17th century.

Physics - Oct 9, 2019
Physics

Quantum effects are genuinely found in the world of nanostructures and allow a wide variety of new technological applications.

Computer Science - May 29, 2019

05/29/2019 - Through the research network ForDigitHealth, five Bavarian universities are jointly researching the stress that digitisation causes in humans. The Bavarian State Ministry of Science and the Arts is funding this initiative with 3.35 million euros.


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