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Could Wonder Woman's bracers really block pistol bullets? Would it be possible to recreate Iron Man's armor or Captain America's shield with their unique features in reality? Could a technologically advanced society actually be based on a single material, as it is the case with Black Panther's peopl...

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The University of Jyväskylä, Finland organised the 9th summer school from 5 Aug to 16 Aug 2019. I attended the Nanotechnology course “Methods for the Characterization of Supramolecular Complexes” by Professor Pablo Ballester from the Institut Català d'Investigació Química, Spain. The topics included...

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On 14 October 2019, the new MAP class 2019 started their studies with a record number of 32 students (16 female / 16 male) from 15 countries. The MAP chairs, the MAP office staff, and all MAP lecturers and supervisors warmly welcome our MAP junior students. We wish them a very successful time within...

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Hydrogen is a highly promising energy source. As the most common element on Earth, it has the potential as a fuel and in energy storage to transform the energy supply in mobility and industry in a climate-friendly way. Through Energie Campus Nürnberg (EnCN), Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-...

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A combined team of MAP students and students of the Master’s programme in Advanced Optical Technologies (MAOT) participated in the “Elite Cup” football tournament at the University of Regensburg on June 22nd. The team consisted of some beginning and some semi-experienced players. We practiced severa...