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The Fraunhofer-Institut für Keramische Technologien und Systeme [Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems] IKTS Dresden looked into the question whether humidity has an effect on the source materials and intermediate products during manufacture of carbides for machine tools and tool making.
Tools used in machining processing for drilling, lathing, milling, cutting and sawing, and for non-cutting shaping need to be hard and tough. The first carbides for this purpose were registered for patent back at the beginning of the 20th century. Because of their characteristics these materials are
Prof. Evi Kostenis is the head of a research group at the Institute for Pharmaceutical Biology of the University of Bonn that validated a label-free screening test system for pharmaceutically active substances. It is based on optic biosensors and is applied to numerous research projects with great success. They use a Peltier-cooled incubator IPP and an incubator I, both by Memmert, to ensure precise temperature control during the assays.
With about 1000 members, the G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) constitutes the largest protein family there is. Research on this family of super-proteins was honoured with two Nobel prizes, one in 1994[I] and one in 2012[II] , reflecting how important it is for intercellular communication. The exa
Freeze drying, the most common means of drying starter cultures and probiotics, is very energy-intensive. Furthermore, some bacterial strains do not survive the freezing process.
In the laboratory of the Technical University of Munich, tests in a cooled Memmert vacuum drying oven contribute to the development of gentler and more energy-saving low temperature vacuum drying technologies. Probiotics require new production processes The consumers' demand for natural immune