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Focused ultrasound can effectively destroy tumor cells. Until now, this method has only been used for organs such as the prostate and uterus. At the European Congress of Radiology, Fraunhofer researchers will present a... read more
In Germany and Japan, governments have set ambitious goals for transforming the energy system and supporting environmental protection. Renewable energies are increasingly being developed and efficiency measures... read more
How do scientists share their knowledge? Normally they meet at conferences, give lectures, publish papers or get together over a cup of coffee. Rarely do they communicate beyond the boundaries of the research community.... read more
The MAIUS 1 (Matter-Wave Interferometry in Microgravity) experiment could be described as one of the most complex experiment ever flown on a sounding rocket. MAIUS 1 was launched at 03:30 Central European Time (CET) on... read more
2017/02/16 Germany's Energy Efficiency Drive Accelerates － State bank figures show large increase in energy efficiency fundingGermany's state development bank has recorded a strong 2016 in terms of funding promotion for domestic projects, particularly noting the uptick in demand for domestic energy efficiency projects. The environment and... read more
The Helmholtz Zentrum München has been working with the company SIRION Biotech GmbH to optimize gene therapy applications since 2010. The new method of lentiviral transduction enhancement allows an efficient change of... read more
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Shedding light on the cosmic web
Astronomers believe that matter in intergalactic space is distributed in a vast network of interconnected filamentary structures known as the cosmic web.
A close look into the barley genome
An international consortium, with the participation of the Helmholtz Zentrum München, Plant Genome and Systems Biology Department (PGSB), has published methodologically significant data on the barley genome.
DNA from extinct humans discovered in cave sediments
While there are numerous prehistoric sites in Europe and Asia that contain tools and other human-made artefacts, skeletal remains of ancient humans are scarce.
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