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This is how a drug’s mechanism of action can be understood without labels.
By tracking individual microbubbles, high-resolution images can be taken with conventional ultrasound scanners.
In future, this technology might help verify if countries abide by disarmament treaties.
This chemical reaction could someday make it possible to put the climate-damaging gas to good use.
It takes more than technological innovation to develop functional mechanisms for IT security and privacy.
How molecules are transported through membranes.
How to design materials so they work efficiently.
Modern radio telescopes unearth structures that nobody has ever expected.
A visit from the Minister: Work on a new North Rhine-Westphalian Research Training Group on cyber security has commenced.
How a doubted hypothesis has been proven true.
On the route to cheap and efficient fuel cells.
Friend or foe, chequered or striped – the brain divides everything around us in categories. How the brain manages this task under pressure.
This process could make the synthesis of drugs and other substances easier, more environmentally friendly and cheaper.
The destruction of bacteria by immune cells only takes a few seconds. Researchers succeeded in capturing the process on film.
The team wants to make properties of certain complex molecules more predictable. This could also benefit industry.
The products might include agents with pharmaceutical potential.
In the future, farmers will be able to determine directly in the field if and how much fertiliser their plants need at any given moment.
When it comes to offering blame, the boss always comes off worse than an employee. It appears this has nothing to do with whether he made the poor decision or not.
Why male hugs are the exception.
Using quantum switches, physicists succeeded in beating the current resolution limit.