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Thermophoresis for the energy supply of early cells. NIM scientist Dr Christof Mast and his team suggest thermally driven formation of pH gradients and proton flux as source of chemical energy conversion in early stages of life. more

LMU physicist Alexander Högele studies ultrathin semiconducting films and carbon nanotubes, which possess astonishing physical properties. He has now received the second highly endowed European Research Council grant in his career. more

The European Research Council (ERC) has announced the award of four generously endowed Consolidator Grants to established researchers at LMU - three of these ERC-Grants are awarded to physics of the LMU. more