The aim of the FEMMM project is to develop new ferroelectric molecule-based (magnetic) materials. Ferroelectric materials featuring electric bistability provides diverse entries into technical applica
The dynamics of exotic systems such as oxides (high-temperature superconductors, manganites, irridates…) and heavy fermion materials contains important clues to the mechanism driving the often unantic
The liver has emerged as the central regulator of iron homeostasis. It produces the hormone hepcidin, which controls body iron content and the distribution of iron to tissues. Hepcidin controls the ma
In vivo quantification and manipulation of mechanical forces across muscle attachment sites and sarcomeric proteins during muscle morphogenesis – MUSCLE - FORCES
The contractile unit of all muscles is the sarcomere. Sarcomeres are arrayed into chains called myofibrils, which span the entire muscle fiber. Both muscle fiber ends are attached via tendon cells to
Currently, the role of marine protected areas in controlling invasive species populations is generally unknown; a limited number of studies have explored the potential of marine protected areas to mitigate alien species impacts worldwide, often with contrasting results. At the same time, assessments of impacts of invasive species on marine ecosystems within and outside marine protected areas are scanty.
Engineering multi-photon dissipation in superconducting circuits for quantum error correction – ENDURANCE
Technologies exploiting quantum properties such as entanglement and superposition, could revolutionize our computational abilities. In the last two decades, impressive theoretical and experimental pro