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ESA Astronaut Dr. Matthias Maurer joins the 5th international Summer School on Aerogels

Material Scientist and ESA Astronaut Dr. Matthias Maurer joins the 5th international Summer School on Aerogels this year 19th to 21st September. Sharing the passion for high performance multifunctional materials, he will take action in the syntheses and characterization methods and become an active participant of the summer school. The registration is still open until […]

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Call for abstracts: Special Issue “Aerogels: Synthesis, Characterization and Application”

A special issue of Materials ((ISSN 1996-1944)) will be published on “Aerogels: Synthesis, Characterization and Application”. Dr. Barbara Milow, Institute of Materials Research, German Aerospace Center, will be the Guest Editor. Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2018 The Special Issue, “Aerogels – Synthesis, Characterization and Application”, will focus on the specific development of aerogels […]

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DLR presented aerogels at ILA 2018 in Berlin

The exhibition ILA 2018 (Innovation and Leadership in Aerospace) took place in Berlin from 25th to 29th April 2018. The Department of Aerogels of the German Aerospace Center (Institute of Materials Research, Cologne) presented various types of aerogels for diverse application including thermal insulation, foundry additives and adsorbing materials.

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NanoHybrids lectures on 2017 MRS meeting in Phoenix, Arizona

The 2017 MRS Symposium (17- 21 April 2017, Phoenix, Arizona, USA) brought together the leading scientists in the aerogel area. Thanks to different formats, including scientific talks, panel discussions, tutorials and short “Gel Talks” all visitors were highly involved and contributed to the meeting with intensive discussion.     The exhibition included different types of […]

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Who is active in materials research in Germany?

New materials and nanotechnology are key technologies of the High-Tech Strategy of the federal government. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) provides interactive competency maps on materials technology and nanotechnology in Germany to increase the transparency on research and training activities and to facilitate cooperations along the value chain.

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