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Materials Science - Environment - 12.04.2024
New buildings make sustainable, top-level research possible
New buildings make sustainable, top-level research possible

Materials Science - Innovation - 04.04.2024
'Everything I need for work is in my backpack'
’Everything I need for work is in my backpack’

Physics - Materials Science - 22.03.2024
Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat Marks Its 1000th Publication
Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat Marks Its 1000th Publication
One of the benchmarks used to measure the success of research is the volume of publications in esteemed journals.

Innovation - Materials Science - 20.03.2024
Bundled light improves 3D printing
Bundled light improves 3D printing
TUM start-up LEAM offers new possibilities for additive manufacturing Tech start-up LEAM has succeeded in improving plastic 3D printing through light alone.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 26.02.2024
New Consortium Aims to Develop More Sustainable Sodium-based Batteries
New Consortium Aims to Develop More Sustainable Sodium-based Batteries

Materials Science - Chemistry - 01.02.2024
Novel Batteries and Neural Networks
Novel Batteries and Neural Networks

Chemistry - Materials Science - 11.01.2024
Developing new types of batteries sustainably
Developing new types of batteries sustainably

Research Management - Materials Science - 23.11.2023
'ERC Consolidator Grant' for University of Münster chemist
’ERC Consolidator Grant’ for University of Münster chemist

Chemistry - Materials Science - 23.11.2023
Two million euros for investigating the processes in batteries
Two million euros for investigating the processes in batteries

Innovation - Materials Science - 26.09.2023
When the company sits at the table in the evening
Aachen-based start-up Cylib wins NRW 2023 Innovation Award - In conversation with co-founder Lilian Schwich .

Materials Science - Chemistry - 06.09.2023
'This format makes networking easier'
’This format makes networking easier’

Chemistry - Materials Science - 10.07.2023
Developing the batteries of tomorrow together
Developing the batteries of tomorrow together
The BACCARA research school focuses on interdisciplinarity in the training of young scientists The International Graduate School of Battery Chemistry, Characterization, Analysis, Recycling and Applic

Campus - Materials Science - 30.06.2023
Alwin Daus is the new tenure track professor for sensors at the University of Freiburg
Alwin Daus is the new tenure track professor for sensors at the University of Freiburg
The electrical engineer will investigate, among other things, novel thin-film materials at the Department of Microsystems Engineering Alwin Daus has been tenure-track professor for sensors at the Department of Microsystems Engineering (IMTEK) at the University of Freiburg since May 31, 2023. The electrical engineer previously worked at the RWTH Aachen University, Stanford University in the US and the ETH in Zurich, Switzerland.

Health - Materials Science - 19.06.2023
Advances for additive manufacturing
Advances for additive manufacturing
Professor Jürgen Groll has raised around 880,000 euros for a new project. His team wants to use it to lay the foundation for improved multifunctional medical implants and materials .

Materials Science - 14.06.2023
Powder-filled wires for highly customizable alloys
Powder-filled wires for highly customizable alloys
A new project aims to aid the fast and efficient production of customised steel workpieces. Some workpieces can't be successfully manufactured using conventional methods such as casting.

Materials Science - Innovation - 24.05.2023
Exhibition: Intelligent Materials for Research and Application

Materials Science - Physics - 28.04.2023
Metal trees in the battery
Metal trees in the battery
Understanding how short-circuits occur in solid-state batteries could extend their lifespan   They could be the next generation of battery: so-called 'solid-state' batteries.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 28.04.2023
Strong cells - performance upgrade with mini modules
A new molecular hole-transporter can improve the performance of inverted perovskite solar cells and mini modules to world record values, as reported in "Science" by Prof. Yongzhen Wu (East Chin

Physics - Materials Science - 13.04.2023
TUM mourns loss of Wolfgang Wild
TUM mourns loss of Wolfgang Wild

Materials Science - Environment - 10.03.2023
University of Freiburg establishes Eva Mayr-Stihl Chair for Multi-Scale Characterization of Materials Systems

Mathematics - Materials Science - 10.02.2023
Mathematician Angkana Rüland joins the University of Bonn
Mathematician Angkana Rüland joins the University of Bonn

Materials Science - 23.01.2023
'The subject of batteries is high up on the international agenda'
’The subject of batteries is high up on the international agenda’

Environment - Materials Science - 19.01.2023
Storing energy sustainably
Storing energy sustainably

Materials Science - 22.11.2022
Production and properties of porous metals - especially aluminum foams
Topic: Production and properties of porous metals - in particular aluminum foams Speaker: Dr. Günther Lange, TU Ilmenau, Department of Mechanical Engineering, acting head of the Group of Metall

Innovation - Materials Science - 11.11.2022
Start-up LiBCycle takes complete care of used e-car batteries
Start-up LiBCycle takes complete care of used e-car batteries

Innovation - Materials Science - 11.11.2022
TUM spin-off LiBCycle takes complete care of used e-car batteries
TUM spin-off LiBCycle takes complete care of used e-car batteries

Life Sciences - Materials Science - 21.10.2022
Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung supports research project on wood-based materials at the University of Freiburg
Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung supports research project on wood-based materials at the University of Freiburg
The DELIVER project is creating sustainable biocomposites based on proteins produced by programmable microorganisms in the material Freiburg, Oct 21, 2022 The Carl Zeiss Foundation is funding the "DE

Chemistry - Materials Science - 14.09.2022
Award for Heidelberg Chemist

Materials Science - Architecture - 27.06.2022
Getting closer to the energy storage systems of tomorrow
Getting closer to the energy storage systems of tomorrow

Computer Science - Materials Science - 16.06.2022
'Energy consumption places limits on digital computing'
’Energy consumption places limits on digital computing’
Wilfred G. van der Wiel, Professor of Nanoelectronics and Director of the Centre for Brain-Inspired Nano Systems (BRAINS) at the University of Twente, is considered to be a pioneer in the field of Material Learning. He has a second professorship at the Institute of Physics at the University of Münster.

Materials Science - Innovation - 10.06.2022
An 'Excellent' Podcast
An ’Excellent’ Podcast

Materials Science - Innovation - 07.06.2022
Cooperation of LG Energy Solution, MEET Battery Research Center and Helmholtz Institute Münster starts
Cooperation of LG Energy Solution, MEET Battery Research Center and Helmholtz Institute Münster starts
LG Energy Solution, a leading international manufacturer of battery cells, MEET Battery Research Center of the University of Münster and Helmholtz Institute Münster (HI MS) of Forschungszentrum Jülich conduct research on next-generation green battery cells in a joint laboratory.

Materials Science - Innovation - 04.06.2022
High-tech bridge built with flax
High-tech bridge built with flax
The University of Stuttgart is contributing to innovations for climate protection as part of the EU project "Smart Circular Bridge".

Materials Science - Chemistry - 12.05.2022
Battery researcher Martin Winter is admitted to the Academy of Sciences

Materials Science - Chemistry - 28.03.2022
Batteries and solar cells with self-healing properties
Batteries and solar cells with self-healing properties
The "FuncHeal" project of the University of Jena has been awarded funding by the German Research Foundation worth more than 3.5 million euros over the next four years.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 21.03.2022
Light makes ions mobile
Light makes ions mobile
Lithium-ion batteries, fuel cells and many other devices depend on the high mobility of ions in order to work properly. But there a large number of obstacles to such mobility. A research team led by Jennifer L. M. Rupp of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Harry L. Tuller of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have now shown for the first time that light can be used to increase the mobility of ions and improve the performance of such devices.

Innovation - Materials Science - 23.02.2022
New Spokespersons for the Cluster of Excellence '3D Matter Made to Order'
New Spokespersons for the Cluster of Excellence ’3D Matter Made to Order’

Materials Science - Environment - 21.02.2022
Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries Based on Sustainable Raw Materials

Materials Science - Environment - 06.01.2022
Using simulation science for innovative air filter media
Using simulation science for innovative air filter media
The project NANOFIL aims to optimize the separation and energy efficiency in the micron and submicron [Picture: MANN + HUMMEL] Air filters in buildings are not only an important element in pandemic c

Materials Science - Innovation - 04.01.2022
The battery of the future
The battery of the future

Materials Science - Campus - 22.09.2021
'Battery research does not stop at national borders': Martin Winter and Mark Huijben on the cooperation between the universities of Münster and Twente
’Battery research does not stop at national borders’: Martin Winter and Mark Huijben on the cooperation between the universities of Münster and Twente

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.

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, in particular for second harmonic generation, namely the process of frequency doubling of a light beam.

Materials Science - Health - 19.08.2021
New Coating for Plastics to Fight Bacteria off
New Coating for Plastics to Fight Bacteria off

Materials Science - Economics - 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.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 16.06.2021
Hybrid membrane doubles the lifetime of rechargeable batteries
Hybrid membrane doubles the lifetime of rechargeable batteries
Chemists from the University of Jena prevent dendrite formation in lithium metal batteries Light The energy density of traditional lithium-ion batteries is approaching a saturation point that cannot meet the demands of the future - for example in electric vehicles. Lithium metal batteries can provide double the energy per unit weight when compared to lithium-ion batteries.

Materials Science - 17.05.2021
'It's a lot about collaboration'
’It’s a lot about collaboration’

Architecture - Materials Science - 28.04.2021
An icon of socialist architecture
An icon of socialist architecture
Prof. Danzl talks about the conservation of the Buzludzha monument in an interview The huge Buzludzha monument in the Bulgarian mountains stands out.

Environment - Materials Science - 23.04.2021
For a greener carbon footprint
For a greener carbon footprint
The Federal Statistics Office has made an exact tally: in 2019, 83.7 million lithium-ion batteries were sold in Germany. The carbon footprint they create is currently significant, especially in their production. Because batteries play a key role in the successful implementation of the energy transformation - and in the associated increase in electromobility - the aim is for them to become "greener? in future.

Physics - Materials Science - 19.04.2021
A high-performance microscope for catalysis and more
A high-performance microscope for catalysis and more
A new transmission electron microscope (TEM) at the University of Stuttgart that will be able to make visible tiny pores as small as 1 to 100 nanometers in size.