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Dr. Claudio Pistidda at a diffractometer for testing new hydrogen tanks. [Picture: HZG/Torsten Fischer]

On the pathway to novel hydrogen storage materials

Scientists at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht and their European partners have developed a new chemical system for storing solid hydrogen. The special combination of hydrides allows overcoming some of the most serious drawbacks associated to the use of this class of materials. This represents a real milestone in the development of hydrogen storage technology for mobile and stationary applications. The scientists’ results were published in the renowned journal “Journal of Materials Chemistry” today. more

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New concept for structural colors

Scientists of the University of Hamburg (TUHH), the ITMO-University in St. Petersburg and the Helmholtz-Center Geesthacht have developed a novel concept for structural colors more

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New analytical tools for engineering materials science

Europe has the world´s best portfolio of Advanced Research Infrastructures (ARIs), serving a wide and dynamic community of tens of thousands of scientists every year. These large-scale and unique facilities enable remarkable insights into materials of all types. The research infrastructures are increasingly becoming a routine tool exploited for industrial R&D. more

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Metal Granules and Modelling

The current issue of the magazine of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht can be ordered from us now. An interactive online edition can be found below. more

Carbon

Carbon Is Cleverly Joined with Metal: HZG Scientist Receives Henry Granjon Prize for New Methodology

Since 1948 the renowned International Institute of Welding (IIW) awards annually the most emerging young professionals and scientists award in the area of joining technology: the Henry Granjon Prize. On July 10th 2016, Dr. Seyed Goushegir is awarded this year’s prestigious prize at the IIW's 69th annual meeting in Melbourne. He received the prize for his work within the Institute of Materials Research at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht.Geesthacht. more

Open PhD Positions at the Graduate School M4B - Materials for brain

Open PhD Positions M4B

The European Training Network “MgSafe” is offering in total 15 PhD positions (m/f) in the area of magnesium implant imaging

Date 11.09.2018
Institute Institute of Materials Research
Location Geesthacht

The EU-funded MSCA-ITN ‘MgSafe’ investigates a novel combination of imaging technologies for biodegradable magnesium implants in order to promote patient safety. more