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Linguist Steffen Hessler analyses how the communication between IT experts and end users could be improved.
How molecules are transported through membranes.
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.
Researchers study the principles of man-machine collaboration in the virtual world.
Many an idea has been stolen due to electronic components being counterfeited. Insights into the methodologies applied by hackers might help render chips more secure.
What cartography can learn from the gaming industry.
This process could make the synthesis of drugs and other substances easier, more environmentally friendly and cheaper.
Emails, SMS, letters and tweets reveal a lot about their authors to experts. This fact can help solve crimes.
The team wants to make properties of certain complex molecules more predictable. This could also benefit industry.
The widely used navigation system GPS is susceptible to cyber-attacks. This is an increasing danger, particularly for aviation.
At the New Year’s reception, the team presented a proud record as well as the vision for the new proposal.
Computer models help to understand memory.
The grant will be invested into translating the concept into a commercial product that has been designed to make farmers’ lives easier.
It takes farmers only a minute to check if their field needs fertilising – and if so, with what.
Where does the strength of stretched muscles come from?
Numerous chemical and industrial processes take place in solution. But the exact interactions between solvent and solute are not yet understood.
Biocatalysts are large protein molecules. The actual reaction takes place only at a small centrepiece. But the rest also plays a role.
A team of neuroscientists is thinking beyond the box of everyday research routine and argues for more interdisciplinary cooperation.
When four scientists discuss apples: Three scientific guests and their academic host pass the barriers between disciplines with the formal language of logic.