The expansion of wind power has gone flat. Jülich experts explain why this has to change and how this may come about.
Stopping the corona pandemic: Researchers are working on active substances and prediction models transnationally – also at Jülich.
Cosmic radiation helps to determine the water content of soils and plants.
Tommaso Calarco explains why solving useless tasks is a success.
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A new class of materials for solar modules brings momentum to photovoltaic research.
A measurement campaign in Tierra del Fuego provides data on the atmosphere of the southern hemisphere.
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