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Blaue und rote Sterne, die jeweils im Mittelpunkt in einem Kreis mit Linien verbunden sind.
© Pizarro et al., npj Quantum materials 5, art. No. 79 (2020).
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From immobile to massless: How the correct stacking of two atomically thin TaS2 layers releases electrons from an insulator.

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drei Bohreränliche Geometrien. Werden immer unförmiger
© López et al., SoftwareX 11, 100395 (2020).
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In process engineering fluids are exposed to shear, rotation and temperature differences leading to complex flow patterns.

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A Deep Look Inside

An article about the MAPEX X-ray microscope by Kai Uwe Bohn published in the update. 04 magazine of the University of Bremen.

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grüne große Scheibe mit einem schwarzen Kreis links daneben. Roter Kleks unter der grünen Scheibe und schwarzer Kugel
© Naatz et al., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 59, 1828-1836 (2020)
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Dissolution kinetics of copper-based nanoparticles (diameter 10 nm) adapted to the environment for targeting of tumour cells (red) without affecting healthy body cells (green). Diameter of cells about 20 µm.

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One-way street for electrons

A team led by theoretical physicist Professor Thomas Frauenheim (University of Bremen) and Dr. Antonietta De Sio (University of Oldenburg) has observed directional energy transport between molecules of a nanomaterial for the first time. The results have now been published in Nature Nanotechnology.

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DFG Forschungsprojekt Pulver
© Jan Rathke
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MAPEX members Lutz Mädler and Udo Fritsching coordinate new DFG priority programme

The Priority Program "Creation of synergies in customised mixtures of heterogeneous powders " applied for by Lutz Mädler and Udo Fritsching from the Process and Chemical Engineering Department at the Leibniz IWT and the University of Bremen was recently selected for funding by the German Research…

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Simulation eines turbulenten Blutstroms
© ZARM / Universität Bremen

Unsteady Blood Flow Promotes Arteriosclerosis Development

It is often more turbulent in the human bloodstream than is actually good for the human body. That is what an international research team led by Dr. Duo Xu from the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM) at the University of Bremen has found out.

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© Joo et al., Advanced Materials1906160 (2019).
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Electron backscatter diffraction inverse pole figure map of a nanoporous high-entropy alloy showing the crystallographic orientation of grains. Hight of image about 4.5 µm.

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Jeremy Epp
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Dr.-Ing. Jérémy Epp appointed to Project Review Panel of DESY

Dr.-Ing. Jérémy Epp has been nominated as a member of the Project Review Panel (PRP) "Materials Science" of the German Electron Synchrotron (DESY). (Direct to the IWT News)

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News no.: 62 | MAPEX Presse|

PreciWind: New measuring system for wind turbines

Scientists at the Center for Wind Energy Research (ForWind) are developing a new measurement system for the flow behavior of rotor blades. The PreciWind research project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy with 3 million euros over three years.

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Ilya Okulov
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Dr. I. Okulov is appointed Associate Professor at the UrFU

High recognition for Dr. Ilya Okulov: he has now been appointed Associate Professor (part-time) at the Ural Federal University (UrFU) Russia (Direct to the IWT News).

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Roboter deckt Tisch
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AI: Uni Scientists in Bremen Are Some of the World’s most Influential

In the field of artificial intelligence (AI), four scientists from the University of Bremen are some of the worldwide leading experts. That is the result of the renowned Chinese Tsinghua University ranking.

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Hightech in der Universität Bremen: Beim Laser-Auftragschweißen werden im 3D-Druckverfahren metallische Teile und Strukturen hergestellt.
© Anika Langebeck Bias GmbH
News no.: 58 | MAPEX Presse|

3D Printing: New high-Tech Device for Bremen Material Scientists

A strong network within material research has been established at the University of Bremen with the MAPEX Center for Materials and Processes. The center has now been granted 2.2 million euros by the German research Foundation (DFG) to build a device for 3D laser metal deposition.

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X-ray micrograph of a laminate structure.

Three MAPEX members part of new DFG Reserach Unit

„Ultrasonic Monitoring of Fibre Metal Laminates Using Integrated Sensors“

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© Ulrich Reiß / Leibniz IWT
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University of Bremen Planning Core Facility

The MAPEX Center for Materials and Processes will receive 750,000 euros from the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the planning of a core facility for material analysis. A collection of highly valuable, scientific analysis equipment from several disciplines is to be used there in the future.

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