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Life on Earth is regulated by light. It is the primary energy source of the planet, it allows some species to see, and it also plays the main role in a wide variety of technological applications. In this context, functional nanomaterials that allow to tailor light-matter interactions will probably b...

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Soft X-ray microscopy is a powerful tool for characterization of various material properties in a large range of applications. It can provide insights into the nanostructure of thin organic films for solar cell or battery applications, but also reveal complex spin dynamics in novel nanomagnetic syst...

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Prof. Dr. Dirk M. Guldi, Chair of Physical Chemistry I, and his research group are more successful in science than ever before. According to an analysis by scopus.com, Guldi's more than 750 publications have been cited more than 40,000 times in over 19,000 publications. The h-index, which measure...

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One-hour webinars on the topic "Freeze Drying of Vaccines - Challenges and Concepts in Formulation and Process Development" will take place on May 7th, 2020 at 10.00 a.m. and at 2.00 p.m. The webinar will be held by PD Dr. Henning Gieseler and PhD student Julia Kosan, Chair of Pharmaceutical Technol...