Author Archives: Silke Ludewigs

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“Why girls should dare to become nanoscientists”

On 27th of April 2017 the annual Girl’s day will take place and many German technical enterprises and universities will open their labs and workshops for girls. Girl’s day – Future Prospects for Girls has been started in 2001 and aims at offering insights into jobs which girls often don’t take into account. About 50% […]

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MUCTR team visited Koç University team to discuss experiments and modeling of supercritical drying process

Koç University March 23 – 24 Prof. Can Erkey, Zeynep İnönü, Ibrahim Şahin from Koç University and Artem Lebedev from Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia participated in the meeting. The topic of the meeting was an experimental investigation of supercritical drying kinetics. Some aspects of supercritical drying, alcohol detector operation and drying modeling […]

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“EU funded MARINA project evaluated nanomaterial risk assessment frameworks and tools”

A recent study, conducted under the EU-funded MARINA project, has evaluated frameworks and tools used in Europe to assess the potential health and environmental risks of manufactured nanomaterials. The study identifies a trend towards tools that provide protocols for conducting experiments, which enable more flexible and efficient hazard testing. Among its conclusions, however, it notes […]

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DAAD “Research in Germany” funding available for Nature Jobs Career Expo, PhD workshop China and Romanian-Serbian Research Networking Tour

Naturejobs Career Expo 04 October 2017 London The Naturejobs Career Expo is the largest British career fair organized by the Nature Publishing Group. The fair is addressed to young scientists from the disciplines of life sciences, biomedicine, chemistry and physics. The expo offers talented researchers the opportunity to meet a diverse selection of national and […]

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Successful European Nanotechnology Research

In order to think ever bigger, you have to go ever smaller. Science is looking for the key to greater achievements by turning its full attention to the manipulation of structures in the order of a few millionths of a millimetre, the nano domain. This publication describes research projects of the different clusters.

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