Three new research projects proposed by our scientists
were impressive enough to be awarded Consolidator
Grants by the European Research Council (ERC) this year.
They cover the fields of nanosciences, solid-state physics,
If bacteria experience a changing supply of nutients, they have to react and adapt their metabolism.
Scores of experiments were conducted to unravel a global control mechanism behind the scenes.
A team of students of TUM and LMU have developed a new test for infections.
At the international iGEM competition in Cambridge, USA, they were awarded as 1st Runner Up.
Outstanding research – from nanowires to supernovae
DNA origami surpasses important thresholds
How do bacteria regulate their metabolism?
Munich Physics Colloquium: Molecular orientation as key parameter in organic optoelectronicsSpeaker: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Brütting
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Christmas Lecture: Physik und Zauberei
What areartificial materialsable to do?
Prof. Jonathan Finley
Prof. Wilhelm Zwerger
Prof. Winfried Petry
Prof. Susanne Mertens
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