Tag: Nanotechnology

1. April 2021

Picture of the Month April: Not one Cell like the Other Submitted by Professor Christian Sieben

1. March 2021

Image of the Month March: 3D Microfluidics for Customized Nanoparticles Precise production of nanoparticles as carriers for low-solubility active ingredients

Professor Patrick Recher in front of calculations on Majorana fermions 19. February 2021

In Pursuit of the Intangible The particle experiment to find Majorana fermions

Zwölf Mikro-LED-Chips auf einem Wafer. Genau so werden die späteren Bausteine für Quantencomputer aussehen 1. December 2020

Picture of the month: Biscuits for Quantum Computers From the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony

Mit Kalilauge geätzte Finnen aus Galliumnitrid 1. October 2020

Picture of the Month: Etched Topographic Map in Gallium Nitride Submitted by the Institute of Semiconductor Technology

24. August 2020

Superconducting Sensors for the Fastest Computer Chips in the World Interview with a large-scale instrument: The Terahertz Microscope

21. August 2020

Of Magnetic Moments and Iron Oxide Short portrait of Tamara Kahmann from the NanoMet Research Training Group

23. July 2020

From Zero to Terahertz in Three Years A short portrait of Marco Tollkühn from the NanoMet Research Training Group

1. September 2019

Picture of the month: View into the X-ray photoelectron spectrometer From the Laboratory for Emerging Nanometrology (LENA)

26. August 2019

Testing Active Ingredients and Drugs with Chip Systems New Human Nasal Mucosa and Cornea Model for Preclinical Testing of Drug Candidates

9. August 2019

Nanoparticles for better bioavailability of pharmaceuticals DFG and Fraunhofer approve TU Braunschweig cooperation project

4. July 2019

A direct hit into the blue The Tampere University is now a strategic partner of TU Braunschweig

2. May 2018

The EU-funded ChipScope Project Gets Leading Companies on Board Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

10. November 2017

Indonesian scientists visiting LENA Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

8. May 2017

Focus on research: “QuantumFrontiers” – Interview with Prof. Andreas Waag Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

24. April 2017

Microchips replacing microscopes: How Superlight Photonics plans to make it big with tiny LEDs Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

21. April 2017

Recipe for tiny 3D light-emitting diodes Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

15. April 2017

International and interdisciplinary: A team for luminous nanosensors Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

12. April 2017

The light tamer Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability