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Regardless whether home appliances, automotive parts or vending machines - it will soon be possible to operate the plastic products of the future via their smooth surfaces by means of integrated and multi-functional interfaces.
A new generation of solar cells and modules significantly increase efficiency. This is made possible by a technology developed to enable flexible, low-cost manufacturing of embossing tools for optimal surface structuring.
Some diseases manifest themselves at a very early stage through changes in tidal air. A new method promises to pinpoint these gaseous substances.
With the aid of UV light, it was possible to significantly improve the cell compatibility of polymer films as support material for cell cultures. A model to grow artificial tendons for reconstructive medicine was created for the first time.
The automotive and aircraft industry need materials that remain stable even at 600 degrees. An innovative CFC composite provides the solution and a replacement for metal.
A new manufacturing method based on belt-casting technology aims to meet the demand for more sophisticated slide bearings made from aluminum composites.
Diagnosing diseases quickly and easily: a magnetic biochip makes it possible. Because conventional diagnostics can be too slow for those affected.
Attophotonics has developed new types of nano-coating production technologies for a wide range of applications, from anti-counterfeiting to quality control, from the food industry to the pharmaceutical industry.
A chip that combines the best of two worlds: intelligent electronics meets fast photonics.The one-chip solutions developed by PHELICITI are scalable and can be produced cost effectively.
Leak-proof, flexible, cheap and light: a new industrial manufacturing technique makes it possible to produce 3D fiber composite tubes for cars, cables and suspension.
Tubular, not planar: Tubular targets make the production of ultra-thin coatings more efficient, more cost effective, and kinder to the environment.