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We, Lara Đelević and Akshat Sharma, are two MAP students in our third semester of study. We both have always been passionate about human health and the enabling role new materials and processes can play in making a difference in this field. Therefore, we were thrilled when we got the opportunity to ...

One week after the 71st Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to chemistry in Lindau (June 26th to July 1st 2022), I am still overwhelmed by the experience. Being among about 600 young scientists without tenure, who were invited to join the arguably most brilliant gathering of scientists in the field of ...

Dr. Stephan E. Wolf, MAP lecturer (Privatdozent, PD) at the Institute of Glass and Ceramics in the MAP host Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has been accepted to the prestigious Heisenberg Programme of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation). In this pro...

Have you ever spilled your cup of coffee? You may have noticed how the coffee dries into an intriguing stain with a bright centre and a dark ring encircling it. This “coffee ring” forms because the liquid evaporates faster at the edges, inducing a flow from the droplet interior towards the outsid...

The annual MAP Alumni Round Table has almost become a tradition to give current MAP students more insights into the future professional world. In addition to online excursions to various companies in 2020 and 2021, the MAP Alumni Round Table on 1 July 2021 offered an important addition to the curren...

MAP supervisor Prof. Dr. Carolin Körner, Chair of Materials Science and Engineering for Metals at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) has been awarded an ERC Advanced Grant, which is not only extraordinary funding, but also recognition of Erlangen and Nuremberg as an exceptional ...