Researchers at FAU identify the molecular mechanisms involved in the activation of the immune system.
Serious kidney disease is a widespread problem in Sri Lanka. German and Sri Lankan researchers are working together to investigate the concentration of contaminants in water.
The largest particle accelerator in the world has a circumference of around 26 kilometres. Researchers at FAU are attempting to go to the other extreme by building the world's smallest machine of this kind – a particle accelerator that fits on a microchip.
FAU strategically expands its key research priorities by supporting young researchers
FAU physicists demonstrate using a laser to control a current in graphene within just one femtosecond.
Beer can lift your spirits: Scientists at FAU have examined 13,000 food components to find out whether they stimulate the reward centre in the brain and make people feel good
Stroke, depression and dementia: these are associated with micro-failures in brain communication. FAU researchers are looking at what exactly happens in these situations and are hoping to identify possible ways of preventing permanent brain damage and speeding up the healing processes.
These training programmes, which are provided online and can also be accessed using a smartphone, are designed to help sufferers prevent and deal with depression. Researchers at FAU have won awards for their work in this field.
FAU-based scientist publishes feasibility study of carbon dioxide-free heavy goods road transport.
Chemical engineers, chemists and physicists of the Excellence Cluster Engineering of Advanced Materials at FAU develop a fundamentally new material concept for use in catalysis