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Science has come a long way, but there are still some obstacles that prevent a breakthrough.
New findings are expected to help protect the hydrogen-producing enzymes from harmful oxygen – which is interesting for biotechnological applications.
Students from all over the world coming together in Bochum is an excellent reason to celebrate.
The incubator for start-ups in chemistry “Start4Chem” kicks-off.
Poring over blueprints and searching for manuals might soon become a thing of the past. Augmented Reality could facilitate the everyday routine of technicians.
Just like on a bed of nails, bacteria get damaged on a newly developed surface spiked with nano columns. It is supposed to prevent implants from being colonised. The technology has been inspired by nature.
Self-learning computers won’t put researchers out of work. That’s because what they lack is a healthy dose of human scepticism.
In order to generate realistic images of road signs, researchers pit two algorithms against each other.
The processes underlying artificial intelligence today are in fact quite dumb. Researchers from Bochum are attempting to make them smarter.
What sounds like a harmless piece of music to the human ear might be understood by a machine to be an instruction to perform a specific task.
Up to 14 years before the diagnosis, the marker indicates the risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
Using a novel software made in Bochum, paper-based work instructions can be easily translated into Augmented Reality applications. No prior knowledge necessary.
The Resolv cluster of excellence has successfully completed its first funding period and intends to aim even higher in the future. Next stop: space.
Oxygen threatens sustainable catalysts that use hydrogen to produce electricity in fuel cells. Researchers from Bochum and Marseille have developed a way to combat this.
Noble-metal-free nanoparticles could serve as catalysts for the production of hydrogen from water. Because they are so small, their properties are difficult to determine.
Enzymes use cascade reactions to produce complex molecules from comparatively simple raw materials. Researchers have now copied this principle.
How farmers and weather services utilise digital solutions to deal with climate change.
In a collaborative project, early career researchers analyse how light might influence cell growth.
Medical students practice examination conversations in virtual space.
Why 39 students from France are currently at RUB.