Press release archive 2012

Scientists from Tübingen, Tel Aviv and Kiel discover new possibilities in chryoelectronics

Polymer composites: luminescent zink oxide tetrapod filler makes inner damage visible

Scientists of the “Helmholtz-University Young Investigators Group” from Kiel and Geestacht in Germany publish their research results

Longevity gene makes Hydra immortal and humans grow older

Researchers at Kiel University have discovered a toxic protein of pathogenic acanthamoebae and have been able to elucidate its three-dimensional structure.

German Research group solves puzzle about evolutionary toll-receptor riddle

Publication in Physical Review Letters

An international research team led by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and researchers from Kiel University revealed the atomic-level structure of the human peptidase enzyme meprin ß and published the results this week.

New method provides answers to long lasting dispute about electrical insulators

The universities of Kiel, Germany and Halifax, Canada establish a benchmark partnership

„Environmental Management” establishes a double degree

New polymer linking technology based on nano crystals developed in Kiel

Biology could inspire systems in engineering with minimized abrasion

he bionic expert Professor Stanislav Gorb of Kiel University, Germany, and the material scientist Professor Naoe Hosoda of the National Institute for Material Science in Japan, discovered the remarkable ability of the terrestrial leaf beetle to walk underwater. Picking up the beetle’s locomotion…

A network of porous carbon tubes that is three-dimensionally interwoven at nano and micro level – this is the lightest material in the world. It weights only 0.2 milligrams per cubic centimetre, and is therefore 75 times lighter than Styrofoam, but it is very strong nevertheless.

Kiel Physicists discover anomalous deposition of copper

For the first time ever, a German team of physicists has observed the race of two electrons that are liberated from atoms in the course of photoionization, i.e. under the influence of laser radiation.

Research group at Kiel University switches magnetism of individual molecules

Scientists at Kiel University are following a new approach to treat diabetes

Apply for the Master of Science Programme “AgriGenomics“ now

Nanotechnology scientists and memory researchers at the Kiel University redesigned a mental learning process using electronic circuits

A new showcase for marine research opened in Kiel

New magnetoelectric sensors for deep brain stimulation

Interreg-Project “Bones4Culture“: the first analyses of 700 skeletons from the city of Schleswig

Kiel biologist discovers new animal enzyme to use plant toxins for self-defence

International degree programme “AgriGenomics” launched successfully