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Der Photonen-unterstützte kohärente Quanten-Phase-Slip-Effekt legt die Grundlagen für einen zukünftigen Stromstandard


The photon assisted coherent quantum phase slip effect lays the basis of a prospective current standard

Superconducting nanotechnology is a rapidly developing field with a series of promising applications in the field of new quantum technologies such as advanced superconducting quantum processors based on...



The targeted scientific breakthrough of proposed project is a study of controlled and self-organized process of localized nanostructures in porous silica matrix on silicon surface where dielectric pores...


Monolithic ultrafast fiber laser with 2MW peak power

For the first time, a fluorine-counterdoped REPUSIL fiber with a large mode area was integrated into an ultrashort pulse amplifier to amplify high peak powers. Monolithic fiber integration and high beam...



At the present, a large number of worldwide leading laboratories are engaged in the development of various types of multifunctional nanoparticles that can be used as containers for the drug delivery, which...



Sn/SnOx nanostructured surfaces are very promising for different applications since their state of condensed matter is located between isolated atoms (or small molecules) and the bulk phase. In contrast...



The vision of NFDI4Chem is to digitize all key steps in chemical research to help scientists collect, store, process, analyze, publish, and reuse research data. Actions to promote Open Science and Research...


Golden Highlight – Tiny Nanoparticles of Gold Creatively Showcase Science

They are only about 80 nanometers in size, and yet they are permanent fixtures in medical diagnostics as well as in food and water analysis: gold nanoparticles. In 2021, the metallic structures became...


Initiative „IR4future“

Infrared spectroscopy enables a wide range of applications in medical diagnostics and analytics. However, the method is currently be- ing used and taught mainly as a routine measurement procedure – methodological...


Plasmonic nanoparticle synthesis and functionalization

Plasmonic nanoparticles have become important materials due to their special optical properties and development of optic and photonic technologies. In various application fields, such as plasmonic sensor...

Bioinformatik-Tools erleichtern Phagen-Detektion und PCR-Design

Open source: Bioinformatics tools from Jena facilitate phage detection and PCR design



In two scientific publications, InfectoGnostics researchers with participation of Leibniz IPHT recently presented new bioinformatics tools whose open source code can now be used and further developed free of charge. The software What the Phage enables the detection of phages, while ConsensusPrime can be used for the development of various molecular tests. The tools were developed by researchers at Jena University Hospital, Leibniz IPHT and the startup nanozoo.
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