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Simone Rehm Mitglied des Rats  für Informationsinfrastrukturen Recommendations by the Council for information infrastructures

The digital transformation is fundamentally changing the management of data and methods in science. This rapid development poses a great challenge for science and politics. With its position paper “Performance from Diversity” the Council for Information Infrastructures“ (RfII) has now presented recommendations in order to create sustainable conditions for the management of research data. Mehr...

Luxus, der berührt – Nanoporen mit goldenen Elektroden und diaman-tenen Spitzen können möglicherweise den genetischen Code entschlüsseln.  © Universität Stuttgart/SFB 716 Gold and diamonds provide glamour – and have the potential to read-out the genome

Researchers of the Collaborative Research Center 716 (SFB 716) of the University of Stuttgart in collaboration with scientists in Sweden and Brazil have proposed a way to analyze genetic material faster, easier and more cost-effective – by using gold and diamonds, materials that usually make the hearts of jewelry lovers beat faster. Mehr...

Prof. Elias Klemm und Dennis Kopljar (mit Mikroreaktor in der Hand) vor der Anlage zur elektrochemischen Umsetzung von CO2 Energy-Efficient Electrochemistry

46 million tons of CO2 emissions were accounted for by the chemical-pharmaceutical industry in Germany in 2012. Scientists from the University of Stuttgart, the German Aerospace Centre as well as Plinke (Bad Homburg) want to convert greenhouse gas into formic acid with the help of renewable energies and to use this for energy storage. Mehr...

Komplexes 3D gedrucktes Objektiv auf einer optischen Faser neben einer Fliege. 3D printing enables the smalles complex micro-objectives

Researchers at University of Stuttgart in Germany have used an ultrashort laser pulses in combination with optical photoresist to create optical lenses which are hardly larger than a human hair. Mehr...

Dr. Gabriele Hardtmann, Gleichstellungsbeauftragte der Universität Stuttgart und Inken de Wit, Projektverantwortliche und Geschäftsführerin Service Uni & Familie der Universität Stuttgart, mit dem Zertifikat audit familiengerechte hochschule. Foto: Universität Stuttgart Familienfreundlichkeit ausgezeichnet

Die Universität Stuttgart ist in Berlin für ihre strategisch angelegte Familienpolitik hinsichtlich Arbeits- und Studienbedingungen zum zweiten Mal mit dem Zertifikat audit familiengerechte hochschule ausgezeichnet worden. Mehr...

Präsentation WeltRisikoIndex in New York WorldRiskIndex presented in New York

Prof. Dr. Jörn Birkmann, director of the Institute of Spatial and Regional Planning, University of Stuttgart and member of the IRDR (Integrated Research on Disaster Risk) Science Committee presented together with colleagues from the UN University and the Alliance Development Works the WorldRiskReport and the latest results of the WorldRiskIndex. Mehr...

Schattenrissaufnahme des Quanten-Ferrofluids Quantum gas, liquid and crystal all-in-one

Scientists from the University of Stuttgart (Germany) combinethe properties of gases, crystals and superfluids to a single unique state of matter. Mehr...

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