How Forschungszentrum Jülich supports structural change in the Rhineland region.
Driving more climate-friendly with photovoltaics on the roof.
Stefan Tautz observes electrons in slow motion.
Quantum computers are still very susceptible to errors – Jülich researchers are working on correction systems.
There is too much phosphate in German waters. A computer model from Jülich is helping to change that.
Silvia Daun works as a mathematician in brain research – an interview.
The corona pandemic has given climate research an unexpected treasure trove of data.
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