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The “transparent” fuel cell

Fuel cell technology is actually an “old hat”. The first fuel cell was developed by Sir William Grove in 1839; the first fuel cell stack was already introduced to the public in 1842 . Nevertheless, the innovative electro-chemical concept initially gathered dust in the drawer – it was defeated by ...

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Rays of hope

Self-organisation in 3D – on the way to cultured retinae

Tissue replacement – with and without silicon The fact that women have their breasts enhanced with silicon has very little to do with Tissue Engineering and a lot to do with material and waste management. Put aesthetics aside and imagine you were deaf (i.e. hearing impaired), dumb (i.e. ...

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New Trends in Computer-Aided Drug Design

On-line Integration of Super-Computers

Computer-Aided Drug design (CADD) is not new. The Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design (Springer) was founded in 1987, when computers in the worldwide top 500 were slower than today’s smart phones. This makes the field a quarter of a century old. Generally, scientific disciplines of this ...

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