News around Saxony-Anhalt
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- With the help of researchers from the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in Saxony-Anhalt, experts from Bayreuth, Nanchang and Zurich have managed to produce unique polymer fibers. These fibers are distinctive for being extremely resilient while also very lightweight. They have many potential uses, including in the automotive industry.
- Embracing the new: Anhalt University of Applied Sciences has founded its Materiability Lab
- ThermHex Waben GmbH and the Fraunhofer IMWS in Halle (Saale) focus on new hierarchical sandwich structures
- [Translate to English:] Magdeburger Startup Visaright beschleunigt die Gewinnung ausländischer Fachkräfte
15.10.2020 Health + IT Campus Magdeburg – Opportunities for Start-Ups in a New Innovation Hub for Medical TechnologyInvitation to the first HIT healthcare hackathon from November 20 to 22
- Miltitz Aromatics GmbH in Chemical Park Bitterfeld-Wolfen is one of the world’s most in-demand manufacturers of aromas and fragrances
- The German government’s National Hydrogen Strategy aims to transform the country into the world’s leading supplier of modern hydrogen technologies. When it comes to developing a green hydrogen economy, Saxony-Anhalt is a pioneer, having already seen innovative ideas grow into lighthouse projects. Central Germany’s model region for hydrogen is home to an entire value chain that produces green hydrogen using renewable energies, stores it and transports it.
- Chemists at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in Saxony-Anhalt have discovered how electrodes can be improved in the future using an innovative process. The method could enable materials to withstand the variable conditions that come with the use of renewable energy, helping to simplify the production of green hydrogen.
06.10.2020 Scientists at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg Achieve Breakthrough in Battery ResearchThe Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg has significantly advanced the development of e-mobility: Felix Marske and the working group headed by Prof. Hahn from the Institute for Chemistry have developed a new material whose phase transition from a liquid to a solid makes it suitable both as a coolant and a heat storage material. It is particularly promising for the automotive industry as a coolant and relevant to the construction industry as a heat storage material.
- [Translate to English:] Investitionsstandort Sachsen-Anhalt. Bei Investoren heiß begehrt