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New technique for measuring nanostructures

27-08-2014

Bringing two electrical insulators together to create an electrical superconductor: Anyone wishing to analyze such phenomena in nanostructures will soon come up against metrological limitations – unless a new method is used that Würzburg physicists have helped to develop. Modern electronic ...

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Nanocosmos of cells under the magnifying glass

27-08-2014

Scientists from the University of Würzburg have managed to take a unique look at the membranes of human cells using a new technique. This technique that they have devised makes individual saccharified proteins and lipids visible at the molecular level. Picture a satellite orbiting the Earth and ...

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A new ISO 9001:2008 for Altmann Analytik by TÜV Süd

22-08-2014

Altmann Analytik has received anew certification according to quality management norm ISO 9001:2008 by TÜV Süd. Also Dinkelberg analytics, a business domain acquired early in 2014 receives the certification for the first time. Founded in 1984, the specialist retailer for lab equipment Altmann ...

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Molecular learning machines under the microscope

21-08-2014

Neurotransmitters play an important role in the communication of nerve cells. Major details of the processes involved have been unclear until recently. Scientists of the University of Würzburg have now shed light on these processes by using a new technique. All human thoughts, feelings and ...

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Analytik Jena Closed Third Quarter Below Expectations

20-08-2014

Analytik Jena AG closed the third quarter 2013/2014 below expectations. After nine months in the financial year 2013/2014, the Thuringian manufacturer of analytical measuring technology, life science instruments and optoelectronics generated consolidated revenue of EUR 89.7 m (previous year: EUR ...

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The Combined Nanoscopy Technique

Scientists develop a combined technique for studying cellular structures via high-resolution imaging

19-08-2014

Molecular processes in living cells can best be monitored by high-resolution microscopy techniques. Although groundbreaking technical innovations in the field of microscopy have been made in the past, frontiers still exist. Prof. Dr. Silvio O. Rizzoli and his team of the Göttingen DFG Research ...

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The Interior of a Cell from a Moving Protein’s Point of View

Scientists develop new methods to measure intracellular protein movement

13-08-2014

Numerous obstacles posed by cellular structures hinder protein movements within the cell. Researchers from Heidelberg University and the German Cancer Research Center have succeeded in mapping the intracellular topology by observing proteins in living cells on multiple time and length scales. By ...

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Analytik Jena AG Signs Agreement to Acquire Bruker's ICP-MS Business

13-08-2014

Analytik Jena AG announced that it has signed a binding agreement to acquire the ICP-MS business of Bruker Corporation. The transaction is expected to close in September 2014. With this acquisition, Analytik Jena AG will enter the rapidly growing global ICP-MS (Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass ...

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Every Electron Counts!

FLASH study calls for a better theory of electrons in solids

07-08-2014

Despite years of extensive research, many unconventional electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of modern materials remain a mystery. A recent study, conducted at DESY’s free-electron laser FLASH, has now concluded that a flaw in current theories of solids hinders further understanding of ...

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Bochem Increasingly Using New Media

06-08-2014

Bochem Instrumente GmbH presents sections of its overall product spectrum in various new videos. The recently finished productions provide a compact overview of the product groups of lab jacks, electrical lifts, containers as well as stands and clamps. They can be found on the company’s website ...

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