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TUM now accepting applications for Research Opportunities Week

TUM now accepting applications for Research Opportunities Week

Over the course of an entire week, 50 international postdoc candidates will gain first-hand insights into the research opportunities available at Technische Universität München (TUM). More TUM now accepting applications for Research Opportunities Week

Research achievements at German universities

Research achievements at German universities

The publication "Research achievements at German universities" seeks to offer an overview of some of the research highlights and scientific achievements emerging from German universities, schools of applied sciences, and academies of art and music that have contributed to this success story. www.gate-germany.de > Research achievements at German universities Research achievements at German universities

German-Turkish Year of Science - Ideas Competition

German-Turkish Year of Science - Ideas Competition

Thirteen projects got through the first round of the Ideas Competition on the German side: six projects from the humanities and social sciences, four from the area of key technologies and three from the area of global change. More German-Turkish Year of Science - Ideas Competition

Scientists open door to better solar cells, superconductors and hard-drives

Scientists open door to better solar cells, superconductors and hard-drives

Using DESY's bright research light sources, scientists have opened a new door to better solar cells, novel superconductors and smaller hard-drives. The research reported in the scientific journal Nature Communications this week enhances the understanding of the interface of two materials, where completely new properties can arise. More Scientists open door to better solar cells, superconductors and hard-drives

Sensitive balance in the immune system

Sensitive balance in the immune system

As strange as it may seem, a process called "cellular suicide" is actually crucial for the survival of the entire body. The protein c-FLIPR plays a key role in controlling this process, which is called "apoptosis". More Sensitive balance in the immune system