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Optimized magnets for the energy transition

European Innovation Council funds Europe-wide project led by TU Darmstadt. Magnets are key materials for the energy transition. However, they often consist of critical raw materials. Scientists led by TU…

How microbes make ‘nanowires’ to exhale electrons

The rising temperatures threatening life on our planet are caused in part by microbes that produce 50% of atmospheric methane, a gas 30 times more potent than CO2 at trapping…

EU funding for research on superalloys

Dr. Nataliya Yadzhak from Lviv/Ukraine, postdoctoral fellow and research associate for the Chair for Metals and Alloys at the University of Bayreuth, has been awarded a fellowship from the EU…

3D print batteries from lunar and Martian soil

Part of $2.5 million initiative led by NASA. The University of Texas at El Paso has joined a project led by NASA to leverage 3D-printing processes with the aim of…

Different X-ray techniques combined

Sophisticated mix of methods offers improved structure analysis – Young scientist from the University of Regensburg awarded the Lieselotte Templeton Prize of the German Crystallographic Society. Sometimes scientists have to…

Funding backs world-first test to detect ‘insidious’ malaria infections

Research to develop and deploy a world-first diagnostic test that could accelerate malaria eradication has been bolstered with over $1.3 million in new funding from the National Health and Medical…

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