The German Research Foundation DFG has decided to provide continued funding for the Collaborative Research Center “Structural and Chemical Atomic Complexity – From Defect Phase Diagrams to Material Properties”. Led by JARA-ENERGY Scientist Prof. Sandra Korte-Kerzel, researchers are designing new materials at the atomic scale.
Researchers from the Jülich Research Center and their international partners have, for the first time, discovered ring-shaped 3D magnetic structures, known as Hopfions, in a solid. The experiments were significantly led by the JARA-FIT scientists Prof. Stefan Blügel and Prof. Rafal Dunin-Borkowski.
The Alzheimer drug candidate PRI-002 advances to the next phase of evaluation: The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has granted approval for a clinical Phase II trial. This marks the first time the drug candidate will be studied in a larger group of Alzheimer patients. Developed under the guidance and at the institute of JARA scientist Prof. Dieter Willbold.
Next year, the first European supercomputer of the Exascale class, named JUPITER, will be launched at the Jülich Research Center. In an interview, Professor Thomas Lippert, a member of JARA-CSD and the director of the Jülich Supercomputing Centre, explains the hardware employed in JUPITER.
Germany aims to be carbon-neutral by 2045. But is that realistic? The team led by JARA-ENERGY scientist Prof. Detlef Stolten has published a study focusing on the year 2030, a pivotal milestone on the path to the "Net-Zero" goal.