FZU in Media
This year marks the 20th anniversary since the founding agreement of the international Pierre Auger Observatory in Argentina has been signed. The celebration ceremony that took place last week in Malargüe was attended not only by a delegation of Czech scientists but also by the Czech Ambassador in Argentina Karel Beran.
Read the tributes to Dr Pezelt publication of Special Issue of Ferroelectrics to honour his many contributions to the science of ferroelectricity.
The eleventh Science Café, an unconventional open discussion with scientists. This time in Brussel.
Scientists uncovered a method for data entry and storage in computing that is 1000 times faster than in common memory media.
Masek took the picture of it with the aid of the FRAM robotic telescope, which is a part of the Pierre Auger Observatory in Argentina. The observatory is designed to detect ultra-high-energy cosmic rays.
The results provide a new understanding of interfacial interactions and molecule-specific signatures of DNA/RNA nucleobases on graphene, as well as specific opportunities to improve the design of current electrochemical sensing devices. This has exciting potential for graphene-based biosensors and end-users in fields from medicine to forensics to technology.
Popular video explaining principle of spin waves excited by electric component of electromagnetic radiation.