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Creating an artificial pathologist

Researchers have created a new method to analyze cells in tissue samples from cancer patients using artificial intelligence


A team from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light (MPL) and FAU has created a new, fast and precise method for clinicians to analyse cells in tissue samples from cancer patients without the need for a trained pathologist. They use artificial intelligence to evaluate the data their ...


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How artificial intelligence can improve protein detection

Using AI to move the boundaries of microscopy


Small proteins play a critical role in the regulation of immune response, inflammation and neurodegenerative diseases. In order to better detect and study them, scientists at the Max-Planck-Institute for the Science of Light and FAU have combined one of the most effective microscopy methods, ...


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Nano-Rust: Smart Additive for Autonomous Temperature Control

A new, versatile method for temperature monitoring in materials


The right temperature matters – whether in technical processes, for the quality of food and medicines, or the lifetime of electronic components and batteries. For this purpose, temperature indicators record (un)desired temperature increases that can be read out later. Researchers in the group led ...


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Green hydrogen glows pink

Researchers develop a sensor to make hydrogen visible


Researchers at the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy and the Chair of Thermal Process Technology at FAU have succeeded in making invisible hydrogen gas visible to the naked eye in order to prevent the risk of fires and explosions. The key to their research is what is known as supraparticles, ...


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Carbyne – an unusual form of carbon

International team of researchers investigates optical band gap of carbon compound


Which photophysical properties does carbyne have? This was the subject of research carried out by scientists at FAU, the University of Alberta, Canada, and the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland, which has led to a greater understanding of the properties of this unusual form ...


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Attosecond camera for nanostructures


Physicists of the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich in collaboration with scientists from the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg have observed a light-matter phenomenon in nano-optics, which ...


Three dimensional force microscopy

Method of measuring forces of tumour cells as they migrate through connective tissue developed


Metastases occur when tumour cells detach from the primary tumour and migrate to distant sites through the connective tissue of organs. During this migration process, the tumour cells generate mechanical forces in order to overcome the resistance of the connective tissue or to change their shape ...


How the first step affects the (watery) result

German Scientists from Jena and Erlangen-Nürnberg show the way to a more effective creation of hydrogen


Energy from hydrogen - scientists from all over the world work on this solution to overcome the energy crisis. Amongst other things they try to use the sunlight as driving force for the splitting of water into hydrogen and oxygen. In trying to copy the photosynthesis in the laboratory a team of ...


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Bridging the gap


Scientists from Spain and Germany have shown electron transfer through extended tetrathiafulvalene bridges in electron donor-acceptor conjugates. Nazario Martín and colleagues from Universidad Complutense, Madrid and Dirk Guldi and his team from the University of Erlangen have worked together to ...


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NIST develops novel ion trap for sensing force and light


Miniature devices for trapping ions are common components in atomic clocks and quantum computing research. Now, a novel ion trap geometry demonstrated at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) could usher in a new generation of applications because the device holds promise as ...


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