RWTH Aachen University

RWTH Aachen University (Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen)  is a research university of technology located in Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

A way to empower the seabound hydrogen economy

Using corn waste to make a viable palm oil substitute

Could mosquito-resistant clothing really work?

Have we reached a tipping point for global plastic pollution?

Preventing quan­tum computers from cra­shing

Unique polymer fibres that are strong, tough and light as a feather

Strong and tough yet as light as a feather – materials with this exceptional combination of properties are urgently needed in many industrial sectors and in medicine, as well as being of great interest for scientific research. A research team from the University of Bayreuth has now developed polymer fibres with precisely these properties. Together

Unique polymer fibres that are strong, tough and light as a feather

Artificial synapses made from nanowires function in much the same way as a biological nerve cell

Scientists from Jülich together with colleagues from Aachen and Turin have produced a memristive element made from nanowires that functions in much the same way as a biological nerve cell. The component is able to both save and process information, as well as receive numerous signals in parallel. The resistive switching cell made from oxide

Artificial synapses made from nanowires function in much the same way as a biological nerve cell

Facilitating the early detection of glaucoma

This eye disease often leads to blindness — which might be prevented by early intervention The team headed by Dr. Jacqueline Reinhard and Prof. Dr. Andreas Faissner from the Department of Cell Morphology and Molecular Neurobiology in Bochum, together with colleagues from the University Eye Clinic in Bochum, RWTH Aachen University, the University of Toronto

Facilitating the early detection of glaucoma

ReRAM memory chips perform computing tasks, greatly increases computing speed and saves energy

A team of international scientists have found a way to make memory chips perform computing tasks, which is traditionally done by computer processors like those made by Intel and Qualcomm. This means data could now be processed in the same spot where it is stored, leading to much faster and thinner mobile devices and computers.

ReRAM memory chips perform computing tasks, greatly increases computing speed and saves energy

Citrus fruit inspires a new energy-absorbing metal structure

Researchers use a naturally occurring structure to design aluminum materials It has been said that nature provides us with everything that we need. A new study appearing in Springer’s Journal of Materials Sciencemay lend credence to that claim. Researchers from the Foundry Institute of the RWTH Aachen University in Germany, and Plant Biomechanics Group of the University of

Citrus fruit inspires a new energy-absorbing metal structure

German-Finnish research team succeeds in organizing programmed nanoparticles into highly complex nanostructures

New principle for the self-assembly of patterned nanoparticles published in NATURE may have important implications for nanotechnology and future technologies Animal and plant cells are prominent examples of how nature constructs ever-larger units in a targeted, preprogrammed manner using molecules as building blocks. In nanotechnology, scientists mimic this ‘bottom-up’ technique by using the ability of

German-Finnish research team succeeds in organizing programmed nanoparticles into highly complex nanostructures

Study unlocks secrets of device that is both battery and memory

Future nanoelectronic information storage devices are also tiny batteries – astounding finding opens up new possibilities Resistive memory cells (ReRAM) are regarded as a promising solution for future generations of computer memories. They will dramatically reduce the energy consumption of modern IT systems while significantly increasing their performance. Unlike the building blocks of conventional hard

Study unlocks secrets of device that is both battery and memory

Forget Patents: Why Open Source Licensing Concepts May Lead To Biotech Innovation

Frangioni’s approach is quite different. One of the main forces driving the move to open access is the idea that if the public has already paid for research through taxation or philanthropy, then it’s not reasonable to ask people to pay again in order to read the papers that are published as a result. The

Forget Patents: Why Open Source Licensing Concepts May Lead To Biotech Innovation

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