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January 2019 - News & Press

Nature Communications: Novel concept for ultrahigh detectivity phototransistors

CeNTech researchers of the group of Prof. Harald Fuchs in collaboration with their Chinese partners (TRR61 project) developed a novel concept for molecular phototransistors with unprecedentedly efficiency. The efficient conversion of light into an electrical signal is of particular importance for optoelectronic application like imaging applications or biomedical sensing. The results have been published in the latest issue of the journal "Nature Communications".

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September 17, 2018 - News & Press

2 million euros for project initiated by the CeNTech high-tech startup EVORION

EVORION Biotechnologies GmbH located at CeNTech received a 2 million € grant from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). EVORION develops high-performance cell culture and analysis systems for the precise characterization of cells and tissues in cancer research. Partners within the “KMU Innovation” BMBF project are the group of Prof. Wolfram Pernice and the Fluorescence Microscopy Facility Münster (FM)² as part of the group of Prof. Jürgen Klingauf, both located at CeNTech. "The unique and interdisciplinary environment at CeNTech was a key factor for us to establish this excellent consortium”, stated Dr. Sebastian Bühren (co-founder of EVORION).

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April 10, 2018 - News & Press

Sensing interactions between molecules

CeNTech scientists develop a method to visualize interactions between molecules with exceptional resolution in real-space. The method is based on low-temperature atomic force microscopy (AFM) and uses a copper-based probe tip, which is terminated by a single oxygen atom. The team around Dr. Harry Mönig, Dr. Saeed Amirjalayer and Prof. Harald Fuchs demonstrates the exceptional mechanical and chemical stability of this atomically defined probe tip. These properties allow a spatial resolution on the sub-molecular scale allowing to visualize the bonding structure of a hydrogen bonded molecular network. This study has now been published in Nature Nanotechnology.

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March 22, 2018 - News & Press

Prof. Pernice: grant for the development of adaptable computers

Faster and more powerful computers: CeNTech Prof. Wolfram Pernice from the Physical Institute of the University of Münster, together with scientists from Belgium, France, Great Britain and Switzerland, want to develop an intelligently networked computer technology that works in a similar way to a brain. The consortium was granted more than 4 mio Euros by the EU.

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