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Results published in Nature Communications  more

How water surfaces can be used to produce functional materials more

Project investigates how drugs can be hidden and targeted
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The polymer educational path was opened more

Physicists have found a way to make transistors using materials that are highly rated for their performance in next-generation solar cells and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The researchers have overcome the problem of the material’s ion content interfering with the flow of electronic current through a transistor. This breakthrough may pave the way for researcher into greener electronic components for low-cost electronic devices more

Results published in Nature Communications  more

How water surfaces can be used to produce functional materials more

Project investigates how drugs can be hidden and targeted
  more

The polymer educational path was opened more

Physicists have found a way to make transistors using materials that are highly rated for their performance in next-generation solar cells and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The researchers have overcome the problem of the material’s ion content interfering with the flow of electronic current through a transistor. This breakthrough may pave the way for researcher into greener electronic components for low-cost electronic devices more

The generation of hydrogen or the conversion of energy from molecular hydrogen holds great potential for future energy conversion systems such as those already used in hydrogen-powered cars. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research have taken a close look at the conversion processes that occur at molecular length scales, and in so doing have gained an essential insight into chemical reactions at electrodes. more

Project “MaxSynBio” produces artificial cells more

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