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Revolutionary development in the field of battery technology through innovative sulphur cathodes

Innovative research has brought us closer to sustainable battery technology with a breakthrough in sulfur-based cathodes. Traditionally, lithium-ion batteries — central to electronics and electric vehicles — rely on scarce materials like cobalt. Sulfur offers a greener alternative due to its abundance and impressive theoretical capacity of 1675 mAh g-1. A major challenge with sulfur […]

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Marcel makes now even better electron microscopy images with AI

Our microscopes rank among the world’s finest and highest-resolution instruments. With the NION HERMES microscopes, we not only have the capability to visualize individual atoms but also to unveil their intrinsic properties. We can identify the type of atom, its bonding with neighbouring atoms, and characterize these neighbouring atoms, etc. To perform these measurements, it

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Stefan Hecht received UNIPRENEURS Award for exceptional university entrepreneurship commitment

Stefan Hecht received UNIPRENEURS Award for exceptional university entrepreneurship commitment Berlin, Sept 6th, 2023 Professor Stefan Hecht, Director of the Center for the Science of Materials Berlin (CSMB) at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, was honored along with 19 other university professors with the #UNIPRENEURS Award for his dedication to university spin-offs. The prestigious award ceremony was

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Filippo discovered an easy way to create networks of conjugated 2D-polymers

Monolayers like vinylene 2D-polymers are significant because they offer a unique combination of material properties and can be used in various advanced applications, from electronics to photonics. Filippo and colleagues have achieved a significant breakthrough in materials science by successfully creating a single-layered nanomaterial called VL-2D-SCOF-1. He accomplished this through a new process called on-surface

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