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Category: General, International, Research

EU funds international consortium with 4 million euros Tendon injuries are increasing around the world. To support the development of new therapeutic and diagnostic methods for tendon injuries using nanomedicine, the EU Horizon 2020 Framework programme is funding the P4 FIT consortium with approxim...

Category: General, Research

Plasticity at the fingertips: Scientists at FAU directly control dislocations In the 1940s, scientists first explained how materials can deform plastically by atomic-scale line defects called dislocations. These defects can be understood as tiny carpet folds that can move one part of a material rel...