Interdisciplinary Research

News and developments from the field of interdisciplinary research.

Among other topics, you can find stimulating reports and articles related to microsystems, emotions research, futures research and stratospheric research.

An unstable, flake-like network in the making

Dresden research team finds that the cell cortex, a fine network of filaments below the cell membrane, is activated in a controlled way by thousands of short-lived protein condensates. During…

Septic shock: MHH team researches new treatment strategy

Large study aims to clarify whether therapeutic plasma exchange increases the survival rate of those affected. Sepsis is the most common cause of death in infections. In Germany alone, around…

Biointelligent Sensor for Measuring Viral Activity

Today, genome editing is almost as easy as programming software. However, the generation of viral vectors as initial material is still associated with many expensive and error-prone handling procedures. Viruses…

Seeing photovoltaic devices in a new light

Researchers at Osaka University measured the photovoltaic properties of antimony sulfiodide:sulfide devices and discover a voltage that depends on the wavelength of incident light, which may help develop new light-sensing…

Humans on Mars: Pathways Toward Sustainable Settlement

Is sustainable human exploration of Mars possible? What are the challenges on the ground and what impact will they have on us humans? Conversely, how will humans affect the new…

Elusive particle discovered in a material through tabletop experiment

Materials that contain the axial Higgs mode could serve as quantum sensors to evaluate other quantum systems and help answer persistent questions in particle physics. An interdisciplinary team led by…

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