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Tonga volcano eruption was among most powerful ever observed, triggering atmospheric gravity waves that reached edge of space
Collaboration on Scalable Semiconductor Quantum Computer
First European Exascale Supercomputer Coming to Jülich
Interview: Researchers in Zürich and Jülich Achieve Milestone in Quantum Error Correction
Martin Winter is admitted to Academy of Sciences
In balance: Quantum computing needs right combination of order and disorder
Focus on nuclear disarmament
Jülich Researchers Honoured by European Research Council
QSolid – Paving Way for First German Quantum Computer
Can Lasers Speed Up Computers?
Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany: Solidarity with partners in Ukraine
One Million Galaxies Never Seen Before
Alterations in Brain Under Neutron Magnifying Glass
Thermal Writing and Information Storage Demonstrated in Responsive Polymer
Europe’s First Quantum Computer with More Than 5,000 Qubits Launched at Jülich
Oxytocin and Autism: Study on Receptor Variant Provides New Insights into Cellular Origin of Disorder
New Study Reveals Possible Causes of Psychiatric Disorders
Perovskite solar cell with ultra-long stability
Jülich scientists outline in Science how brain research makes new demands on supercomputing
Material for Future Quantum Computers: Researchers Measure Ultra-Thin Topological Insulators
Molecular interfaces for innovative sensors and data storage devices
Skyrmion Research: Braids of Nanovortices Discovered
Brain gain from California
Quantum Microscope Made in Jülich
Alzheimer’s Research: New Insights into Formation of Toxic Protein Clumps
Neural Networks: Chaos Pays Off
Membrane Proteins of Bacteria and Humans Show Surprising Similarities
Supercomputer for Large Data Volumes
Play it safe: A microscopic perspective towards durable solid state batteries
How Quantum Systems Keep a Memory of Their Environment
Innovations for Quantum Computing with Topological Insulators
New Board Member: Dr. Astrid Lambrecht Starts 1 June
Quantum Experiment in Science Raises Questions
From Contrast Agents to Drug Delivery: Research with Neutrons Enables Advances in Biomedical Research
Towards Three-Dimensional Storage Elements with High Data Density
Research with Neutrons for Better mRNA Medicines
Transparent nanolayers for more solar power
Impacts of Coronavirus Lockdowns: New Study Collects Data on Pollutants in Atmosphere
GNeuS Funding Granted: For a New Generation of Outstanding Neutron Researchers
Twin Atoms: A New Source for Entangled Particles
Quantum Shuttle to Quantum Processor Made in Germany Launched
Interview: Reaching quantum speed limit
A speed limit also applies in quantum world
With superconducting qubits on way to quantum computer
Oxide tuning by ion transfer
Liberating Quantum Processors from Parasitic Interactions
Supercomputer Made in Jülich Setting New Benchmarks
Neutrons detect novel nano vortices