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Fine felted nanotubes

New composite material made of carbon nanotubes

23-Nov-2017

Extremely lightweight, electrically highly conductive, and more stable than steel: due to their unique properties, carbon nanotubes would be ideal for numerous applications, from ultra-lightweight batteries to high-performance plastics, right through to medical implants. However, to date it has ...

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Nanomaterial makes laser light more applicable

International research team creates hybrid material with a fascinating structure

29-Mar-2017

Light is absorbed differently, depending on the material it shines on. An international research team including material scientists from Kiel University has created a complex hybrid material with the ability to absorb light with a unique broad range of wavelengths. In addition to that it scatters ...

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Controlling adhesive material remotely with light

Bioinspired intelligent material transports micro-objects

26-Jan-2017

Adhesive mechanisms in the natural world, as used by geckos and other animals when they walk upside down on the ceiling, have many advantages: they are always strongly adhesive - and without any glues or residues. Scientists at Kiel University are researching how these mechanisms can be ...

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Manipulation of the characteristics of magnetic materials

18-Nov-2016

Magnets are not everywhere equally magnetized, but automatically split up into smaller areas, so-called magnetic domains. The walls between the domains are of particular importance: they determine the magnetic properties of the material. A research team of material scientists from Kiel University ...

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Research team can bond metals with nearly all surfaces

09-Sep-2016

Through this "nanoscale-sculpturing" process, metals such as aluminium, titanium, or zinc can permanently be joined with nearly all other materials, become water-repellent, or improve their biocompatibility. The potential spectrum of applications of these "super connections" is extremely broad, ...

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New strategy for fighting antibiotic-resistant pathogens

Daily switching of antibiotics inhibits the evolution of resistance

20-Oct-2015

Recent research by a group of scientists at Kiel University has shown that there are possible ways to prolong the effectiveness of the antibiotics that are currently available. Rapid evolution of resistance to antibiotics represents an increasingly dramatic risk for public health. In fewer than ...

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Tin follows zinc: stretchable ceramics made by flame technology

09-Jun-2015

Synthesizing nanoscale materials takes place within high-tech laboratories, where scientists in full-body suits keep every grain of dust away from their sensitive innovations. However, scientists at Kiel University proved that this is not always necessary. They have successfully been able to ...

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New organic semiconductor material

Organic tin in polymers increases their light absorption

29-Sep-2014

Researchers of the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (CAU), Germany, successfully integrated organic tin into semiconducting polymers (plastics) for the first time. Semiconducting polymers can be used, for example, for the absorption of sun light in solar cells. By incorporating organic tin ...

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