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Nanotechnologie als Wahlpflichtfach

Mit Nanotechnologie als Wahlpflichtfach fuer Chemisch-technische Assistenten (CTA) hat die Akademie Muenden beim Innovationspreis des Landkreises Goettingen in der Kategorie Handwerk und Dienstleistungen den dritten Platz belegt.

Jan 18th, 2010

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Tying light in knots

The remarkable feat of tying light in knots has been achieved by a team of physicists working at the universities of Bristol, Glasgow and Southampton.

Jan 17th, 2010

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Novel personalized medicine trial launched for metastatic colorectal cancer

Imagine if treatments for disease could be based not on a patient's diagnosis but instead on the characteristics of their tissue. By identifying and decoding the cryptic messages hidden deep inside the human proteome, scientists and physicians who study personalized medicine are seeking more effective treatments and disease management for patients.

Jan 15th, 2010

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Study Biotech this spring at Harvard Extension School

The biotechnology program at the Harvard Extension School continues to find itself at the leading edge of science education, this year offering several new courses and a new master's concentration in the hot topic area of bioengineering and nanotechnologies.

Jan 15th, 2010

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Study discovers atoms can bond

The molecule 'beryllium dimer' has mystified chemists for many years. Recent measurements have helped scientists identify 11 vibrational levels, and now a US-Czech team of researchers sheds light on a 12th level.

Jan 15th, 2010

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Insight into attosecond physics

The new homepage of the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics at Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and Ludwig Maximilian's University of Munich gives an insight into their research on ultrafast processes in nature.

Jan 15th, 2010

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