Physics - Chemistry

Researchers from Austria and USA have designed a new type of quantum computer that uses fermionic atoms to simulate complex physical systems. The processor uses programmable neutral atom arrays and is capable of simulating fermionic models in a hardware-efficient manner using fermionic gates. The team led by Peter Zoller demonstrated how the new quantum processor can efficiently simulate fermionic models from quantum chemistry and particle physics.

Chemistry - Environment

Cluster of Excellence Materials for Energy Conversion & Storage

Health - Chemistry

Many biomarkers can be read from human sweat - a new biosensor for monitoring human metabolism takes advantage of this.

Chemistry - Physics

Researchers at TU Wien are developing a layered photocatalyst that can be used to produce hydrogen very efficiently from water.

Life Sciences - Chemistry

Researchers at TU Graz have gained new insights into the functioning of a protein found in bacteria, whose enzymatic activity is activated by blue light.

Chemistry - Jul 20

How active compounds affect RNA and thus the expression of genes is of great interest for the development of potential therapeutics.

Chemistry - Environment

By Birgit Baustädter - At the TU Graz Science for Future Science Day, fuel cell researcher Merit Bodner will give one of the two keynote lectures.

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