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Limestone Calcined Clay Cement (LC3) to cut CO2 emissions by up to 30%
Research Institute : 20 September, 2014
A new type of cement is currently being tested on a large scale in India. Known as LC3, this new blend substitutes up to half of the carbon intensive materials traditionally used to make cement with highly abundant clays.
 
Finnish hydrogen roadmap: Hydrogen to play major part in ending traffic pollution
Research Institute : 06 May, 2013
The Finnish hydrogen roadmap, compiled by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and partly funded by the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes), assesses the export opportunities that can be available to Finnish businesses through international development. The report envisages the kind of energy-, climate- and industrial-political opportunities offered to Finland through widespread adoption of hydrogen energy, and presents realistic recommendations for gaining access to them.
 
Photo-catalytic paint surfaces clean air off nitrogen oxides
Research Institute : 03 January, 2013
Using a new test procedure, Fraunhofer researchers can find out how surface coatings behave during a long-term test. They are introducing the test at the booth of the Fraunhofer Building Innovation Alliance in Booth 131 / 135 in Hall C2 at the Trade Fair BAU that will take place from 14 – 19 January, 2013, in Munich, Germany.
 
Atom transfer radical polymerisation (ATRP) makes producing biocompatible and super-absorbent materials easier
Research Institute : 26 November, 2012
Acrylic acid-based polymers and co-polymers can now be synthesised using free radical chemistry, thanks to new ligand–initiator type molecules.
 
Concise expert review examines Adhesion to Fluoropolymers
Research Institute : 23 July, 2007
Fluorinated polymers have a number of very useful properties such as excellent chemical resistance. However, they are usually difficult to bond without a pretreatment. The most effective methods to pretreat fully fluorinated polymers were developed in the 1950s.
 
Expert review discusses the science and technology of fluoroplastics
Research Institute : 22 July, 2007
Fluoropolymers were discovered accidentally by Plunkett in 1938. He was working on freon and accidentally polymerised tetrafluoroethylene. The result was polytetrafluoroethylene, more commonly known as Teflon.
 
New edition of European Plastics & Rubber Directory
Research Institute : 21 July, 2007
The European Plastics and Rubber Directory, now in its 17th year, is a unique directory that will keep your company in touch with the European plastics and rubber industry.
 
New fuel cells polymer bulletin
Research Institute : 20 July, 2007
Fuel cells are growing rapidly in popularity and the abundance and diversity of research means it can be difficult to stay in touch with new developments.
 
Polymers to challenge silicon in providing electrical functionality
Research Institute : 19 July, 2007
Polymers have always been essential components of many electronic devices and products and their sales are continuing to grow at well over 4% p.a. From their use in the fabrication of semiconductor chips and printed circuit boards, to their application in cables, connectors and equipment housings, polymeric materials play a vital role that cannot be achieved with any other materials.
 
New Guide advises best practice for low energy plastics processing
Research Institute : 18 July, 2007
There are many reasons for wanting to improve your energy efficiency, however, the most compelling reason for the plastics processing industry is that wasting energy costs money.
 
Rapra Technology's Reflects International Response to REACH
Research Institute : 17 July, 2007
Rapra Technology, a subsidiary of the US-based independent testing, consulting and contract research organisation, The Smithers Group, held its fifth RubberChem conference bringing together the international rubber chemicals industry to debate the issues at the heart of the industry.
 
New book explores practical use of additives in polymers
Research Institute : 16 July, 2007
This book is designed as a practical text for use in the laboratories of the plastic producer and user industries and by others such as universities and institutions that are concerned with problems associated with additives and adventitious impurities in polymers.
 
Expression of a membrane protein in peripheral tissue linked to cancer: A novel tumour marker
Research Institute : 13 May, 2007
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine, in collaboration with the Department of Pathology at the Medical School of the Georg August University in G
 
First Quantum Teleportation between light and matter
Research Institute : 13 May, 2007
Researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching and the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen have succeeded in transferring a quantum state of light to a material object, an ensemble of atoms.
 
A boost for solar cells with photon fusion
Research Institute : 12 May, 2007
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz have developed a process with which longwave light from a normal light source can be converted to shortwave light.
 
Novel methane consuming microorganisms discovered at Haakon Mosby Mud Volcano in Arctic
Research Institute : 11 May, 2007
Not lava, but muds and methane are emitted from the Arctic deep-water mud volcano Haakon Mosby. When it reaches the atmosphere, methane is an aggressive greenhouse gas, 25-times more potent than carbon dioxide. Fortunately, some specialised microorganisms feed on methane and thereby reduce emissions of this greenhouse gas. For the first time, a German-French research team showed which methane consuming microorganisms thrive in the ice-cold Arctic deep-sea.
 
Max Planck scientists develop new methods for the controlled initiation of membrane fusion
Research Institute : 10 May, 2007
Using fast digital imaging, scientists from the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam, Germany, together with researchers from Coll
 
From Garching innovation to Max Planck innovation
Research Institute : 09 May, 2007
'Max-Planck-Innovation, Connecting Science and Business' is replacing the name of Garching Innovation to better reflect the close affiliation of the technology transfer unit with the Max Planck Society as well as its intermediary role between science and industry.
 
Why biological loads do not get caught up when being transported through cells
Research Institute : 08 May, 2007
Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden, along with a colleague from the University of Florida in the United States, have been carrying out research into how transport proteins can move in cells without bumping into or sticking to anything.
 
H.E.S.S. - drastic variations of gamma rays from central engine of giant elliptical galaxy M 87
Research Institute : 07 May, 2007
The astrophysicists of the international H.E.S.S. collaboration report the discovery of fast variability in very-high-energy gamma rays from the giant elliptical galaxy M 87. The detection of these gamma-ray photons, with energies more than a million million times the energy of visible light, from one of the most famous extragalactic objects on the sky is remarkable, though long-expected given the many potential sites of particle acceleration (and thus gamma-ray production) within M 87. Much more surprising was the discovery of drastic gamma-ray flux variations on time-scales of days.
 
Molecular mechanism which controls the distribution of chromosomes when cells divide
Research Institute : 06 May, 2007
When cells divide, control mechanisms ensure that the genetic material, in other words the chromosomes, is correctly distributed to the daughter cells. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin have now explained the molecular principles of these control processes.
 
New details about the Molecular Post Room in Cells
Research Institute : 05 May, 2007
Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and the University of Heidelberg have shown in previously unachieved high resolution new details of the complex biological protein sorting process in the cell.
 
Beetle feet stick to their promises
Research Institute : 04 May, 2007
Mushroom-shaped microhairs are the secret of a new adhesive material which scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Metals Research in Stuttgart have developed. Inspired by the soles of beetles
 
Researchers has used computer simulations to explain how cells adhere so firmly to blood vessel walls
Research Institute : 03 May, 2007
With the aid of complex computer simulations, scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam and at the University of Heidelberg have discovered how the shape and distribution of certain sticky areas on the cell affect its adhesion in blood vessels.
 
Pan-European infrastructure for climate research has been included in first European roadmap
Research Institute : 02 May, 2007
In Brussels, the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures announced their first recommendation for promising new large-scale research infrastructures in Europe. Its selection in the field of environmental research was the plan for an integrated carbon observation system.
 
Proof established of direct computation of optical flow fields between 2 hemispheres
Research Institute : 01 May, 2007
For the first time, scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology in Martinsried near Munich have been able to show how two nerve cells communicate with each other from different hemispheres in the visual centre. This astoundingly simple circuit diagram could at a later date provide a model for algorithms to be deployed in technical systems.
 
Solar System Research is participating in experiments on the NASA space probe STEREO
Research Institute : 30 April, 2007
Two space probes from the STEREO mission were launched from the American space centre at Cape Canaveral, ushering in a new era in solar research. The Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Katlenburg-Lindau is playing a major part in representing Germany on this international mission. Thanks to new 3-dimensional observation technology, the project is intended to improve our understanding of the processes on the sun
 
Max Planck researchers in Heidelberger film fast molecular motion for the first time
Research Institute : 29 April, 2007
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg have visualised vibration and rotation in the nuclei of a hydrogen molecule as a quantum mechanical wave packet. What is more, this has been achieved on an extremely short spatio-temporal scale.
 
Novel construction principle at the nanoscale which prevents bones from breaking at excessive force
Research Institute : 28 April, 2007
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces have found a new design principle at the nanoscale which is responsible for the enormous stability and deformabilty of bone. They found that a piece of bone stretches more than the fibres and much more than the mineral it is composed of.
 
Max Planck scientists establish valuable database for analysing phosphorylated proteins
Research Institute : 27 April, 2007
Cell signaling mechanisms often transmit information via protein modifications, most importantly the reversible attachment of phosphate, the so-called protein phosphorylation. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried have now developed a technology to identify and quantify the specific sites in proteins that get phosphorylated in answer to certain stimuli in living cells.
 
Wielding the subtle weapons of a fungus
Research Institute : 26 April, 2007
It doesn
 
Max Planck researchers in Leipzig decode one million base pairs of the Neandertal genome
Research Institute : 25 April, 2007
The Neandertal people are humanity
 
Researchers working with scientist arrangement of atoms in manganese cluster of photosystem II
Research Institute : 24 April, 2007
Coal, oil or natural gas: all fossil fuels contain the energy of sunlight, stored with the aid of photosynthesis in energy-rich chemical compounds. A researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Bioinorganic Chemistry in M
 
Control mechanism for biological pattern formation decoded
Research Institute : 23 April, 2007
A team of researchers in Freiburg have revealed the molecular mechanism which regulates pattern formation in the spacing and density of hair follicles. How are simple embryonic structures able to produce the varied and complex manifestations of living nature? Scientists in Freiburg have now identified proteins which regulate the pattern of hair formation in mice.
 
A method using salt content and temperature to control permeability of microcapsules
Research Institute : 22 April, 2007
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces have presented a new method with which to precisely control the permeability of microcapsules using the salt content and the temperature of the solution. In order to accomplish this, the researchers developed a theoretical model which exactly describes the processes in the polymer shell of the capsules.
 
Bacterium Salmonella typhi & warn of an increased spread of resistant strains
Research Institute : 21 April, 2007
In a study published in the latest issue of Science, an international consortium from the Max-Planck Society, Wellcome Trust Institutes in Britain and Vietnam, and the Institut Pasteur in France have elucidated the evolutionary history of Salmonella Typhi. Typhi is the cause of typhoid fever, a disease that sickens 21 million people and kills 200,000 worldwide every year.
 
Max Planck researchers in Halle present new methods for manufacturing nanowires from silicon
Research Institute : 20 April, 2007
Silicon nanowires can help to further reduce the size of microchips. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics in Halle have for the first time developed single crystal silicon nanowires that fulfil the key criteria to this end. The researchers used aluminium as a catalyst to grow the nanowires. To date, scientists have usually deployed gold for this purpose.
 
Max Planck researchers discover new possibilities for magnetic storage
Research Institute : 19 April, 2007
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Metals Research in Stuttgart have discovered a new mechanism with which it is possible to use weak magnetic fields to reverse tiny magnetic structures, called vortex cores, quickly and with no losses. Up until now, very strong magnetic fields have been necessary to accomplish this, requiring highly complex technology. The new method might open up new possibilities for magnetic data storage.
 
Max Planck researchers in Halle observe self-organization of atoms in circular atomic pens
Research Institute : 18 April, 2007
It has long been known that it is possible to confine electrons or atoms in atomic structures in the same way as sheep can be shut in a pen. Physicists at the Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics in Halle have now discovered a strange thing: if the atomic fences have the right shape and the substrate, temperature and other parameters are adjusted appropriately, then randomly vapour-deposited atoms arrange themselves in regular structures within the circular fencing, as if they were sheep arranging themselves neatly in a pen.
 
Researchers finds that natural radioactivity could provide microbes in Deep Biosphere with vitality
Research Institute : 17 April, 2007
An international team of researchers from the USA and Germany has published an explanation for life in the Deep Biosphere in the magazine 'Science'. Using a bunch of the latest technologies from biogeochemistry, molecular biology and microbiology, the scientists collected a wide range of samples from the bottom of the sea.
 
Max Planck scientists reveal the molecular details of regeneration in news
Research Institute : 16 April, 2007
When a newt loses a limb, the limb regrows. What is more, a newt can also completely repair damage to its heart. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research in Bad Nauheim have now started to decode the cellular mechanisms in this impressive ability to regenerate and have discovered the remarkable plasticity of newt heart cells. As mammals, and therefore also humans, do not have this ability, the findings could contribute to new cell therapies for patients with damaged organs.
 
Researchers in Heidelberg are investigating communication between memory areas during sleep
Research Institute : 15 April, 2007
If I can
 
Ebola-outbreak kills 5000 Gorillas
Research Institute : 14 April, 2007
Over the last decade human outbreaks of the deadly Ebola virus in Africa have been repeatedly linked to gorilla and chimpanzee deaths in nearby forests. Hotly debated has been whether these wild ape deaths were isolated incidents or part of a massive die-off. New research published in the journal Science puts this debate to rest, providing strong evidence that Ebola killed at least 5,000 gorillas at a single site. The study also provides new hope for controlling the devastating impact of Ebola on wild gorilla and chimpanzee populations.
 
When reputation matters, punishment may be reduced to the extreme cases
Research Institute : 13 April, 2007
In human societies, social misconduct for personal gain is restrained by the withdrawal of social support and additional direct punishment is desired to discipline the worst social loafers.
 
Small molecule which allows stem cells in the laboratory to reproduce much faster than before
Research Institute : 12 April, 2007
A small molecule makes stem cells able to reproduce and change. This simply structured moecule called SC1, which researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine in M
 
Giant radio telescope can deliver high-resolution images showing the cosmic mass distribution
Research Institute : 11 April, 2007
The stars and gas which are seen in galaxies account for only a few percent of the gravitating material in the Universe. Most of the rest has remained stubbornly invisible and is now thought to be made of a new form of matter never yet seen on Earth. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics have discovered, however, that a sufficiently big radio telescope could make a picture of everything that gravitates, rivalling the images made by optical telescopes of everything that shines.
 
Scientists examine flexibility in flight behaviour in marine iguanas on the Gal
Research Institute : 10 April, 2007
Marine iguanas on the Gal
 
Intelligent software solutions to better understand biological processes
Research Institute : 09 April, 2007
Three year collaboration between Transinsight GmbH and the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden. Transinsight GmbH enters into a three year collaboration with the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden in the area of knowledge-based image analysis.
 
REACH is coming and it
Research Institute : 02 January, 2007
REACH is coming and it
 
Building block created for quantum-computing, secure communication and quantum Internet
Research Institute : 26 November, 2006
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany have achieved unprecedented control over the creation of single photons. By using a tightly trapped single calcium ion, localized between two ultra-high reflectivity mirrors, and subjecting it to an external laser pulse, the scientists could emit photons one by one. The emission time and the pulse shape of each photon were completely user-controlled.
 
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