Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II)


Aktuell, Wissenschaft |

MLZ conference 2023: Neutrons for Biomaterials

From the food industry to artificial intelligence, biomaterials are increasingly being used. Neutrons at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum can also characterize these materials. From May 22 to 25, the conference “Neutrons for Biomaterials” will take place. Deadline for abstract submission is March 31, registration is possible until April 11.

Industrie, SANS-1 |

Super methods for superalloys

The newly developed superalloy VDM® Alloy 780 withstands temperatures of up to 750°C and endures enormous forces with ease. Such materials are real superheroes among alloys. And just like human superheroes, they have very special laboratories and methods with which they can improve their strength. Neutrons and X-rays are an indispensable part of this research.

Aktuell, Wissenschaft |

What holds the cell together at its innermost folds?

At his public lecture as part of the "Science for Everyone" series at the Deutsches Museum, Dr. Sebastian Busch gave more than 100 listeners an insight into his research on water in important processes in the human body. The lecture is available online on the Deutsches Museum's YouTube Channel.

From resistant steels and healing nanoparticles: Special issue on small-angle magnetic scattering

16 scientific articles on magnetic small-angle neutron scattering have been compiled by four researchers in a special issue of the Journal of Applied Crystallography. They were all published in the journal over the course of six months.