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Electrified water drops

Electrostatic influences the movement of drops on surfaces more

Building-block solar cells

Computer algorithm searches for new materials for organic solar cells more

Ice-free in icy worlds

Special shell protects Antarctic scallop from ice build-up more

More beer in the glass with physics

How water-repellent coatings can reduce foaming more

How organic neuromorphic electronics can think and act

A combination of organic materials and electronics could open up new possibilities for unconventional future computing systems
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Electrified water drops

Electrostatic influences the movement of drops on surfaces more

Building-block solar cells

Computer algorithm searches for new materials for organic solar cells more

Ice-free in icy worlds

Special shell protects Antarctic scallop from ice build-up more

More beer in the glass with physics

How water-repellent coatings can reduce foaming more

How organic neuromorphic electronics can think and act

A combination of organic materials and electronics could open up new possibilities for unconventional future computing systems
  more

<p>How to split water</p>

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

Welcome to the cell!

Project “MaxSynBio” produces artificial cells more

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