The Borexino experiment nominated as top-10 breakthroughs of the year
Also: Rosetta mission with an alpha particle x-ray spectrometer constructed in Mainz is named Physics World 2014 Breakthrough of the Year ...
Angela Möller accepts foundation professorship on "Oxidic Materials"
Materials research in Mainz to be expanded even further / Carl Zeiss Foundation supports professorship ...
Joachim Kopp receives ERC Starting Grant for research in particle and astroparticle physics
Award worth EUR 800,000 designed to promote research into new approaches in theoretical neutrino physics ...
Leonie Mück and Christoph Schüll receive MAINZ Award for excellent doctoral theses in the field of materials science
Graduate School of Excellence "Materials Science in Mainz" rewards outstanding dissertations ...
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and Nagoya University finalize exchange program for students and researchers in physics
Cooperation agreement enables Mainz University students in physics to do research and study in Japan ...
Graduate School of Excellence "Materials Science in Mainz" awards Visiting Professorships 2014
Stephan Link of Rice University and Andrei Slavin of Oakland University appointed as MAINZ Visiting Professors ...
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz joins Germany's Gauß-Allianz as a full member
Mainz scientists take a leading global position in the simulation-driven sciences ...
Román Orús awarded 2014 EPS Early Career Prize of the European Physical Society
Distinction for young scientists for their services to European physics ...
Carl Zeiss Foundation provides EUR 750,000 in funding to Competence Center for HPC in the Natural Sciences at Mainz University
Planned center for High Performance Computing (HPC) at the Institute of Computer Science will bring together various research projects and will provide an improved level of HPC services ...
International team of scientists realizes a tunable spin-charge converter made of gallium-arsenide
Researchers including physicist Jairo Sinova from Mainz University open up new approach in searching and engineering spintronic materials / Publication in Nature Materials ...
Detection of pp-neutrinos provides first direct measurement of solar power at its production
Researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz contribute to this experimental effort / Publication in Nature ...
Gutenberg College for Young Researchers at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz gets down to work
University to invest EUR 1 million annually to promote long-term improvement of working conditions and support services for young researchers and academics ...
How knots can swap positions on a DNA strand
Computer simulations show how two knots on a DNA strand can interchange their positions
Active particles may enhance phase separation
Model system used to illustrate phase transition of a mixture of active and passive particles
Breakthrough for information technology using Heusler materials
Basis for future development of very high performance spintronic components
Irène Joliot Curie Program of the PRISMA Cluster of Excellence promotes female physicists at all stages of their careers
Support for woman in all phases of their academic careers at the cluster and in its general research environment
Magnetic moment of the proton measured with unprecedented precision
Physicists succeeded in the first direct high-precision measurement of a fundamental property of the proton / Results will contribute to a better understanding of the matter/antimatter asymmetry
German Research Foundation approves new collaborative research center for the development of novel methods in soft matter simulations
Mainz University coordinates new CRC/Transregio "Multiscale Simulation Methods for Soft-Matter Systems" with the Technical University of Darmstadt and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Improved computer simulations enable better calculation of interfacial tension
Researchers from Mainz University identify novel mechanisms of logarithmic finite-size corrections relevant to the determination of interfacial tension
Jairo Sinova and Stuart Parkin are awarded Alexander von Humboldt Professorships
Two Fellows of the Gutenberg Research College of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz receive Germany's best-endowed research award
EUR 8.7 million for new MOGON II high-performance computer at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Mainz University is a world leader in the field of simulation-driven sciences ...
British-American experimental physicist Stuart Parkin is being awarded the 2014 Millennium Technology Prize
Fellow of the Gutenberg Research College receives innovation award worth EUR 1 million for his contributions to interdisciplinary materials research
Domain walls in nanowires cleverly set in motion
Important prerequisite for the development of nano-components for data storage and sensor technology / Publication in Nature Communications
New holographic process uses image-stabilized X-ray camera
Research collaboration developed a new X-ray holography method for stabilising radiographic images at the nanometre scale
Relativity shakes a magnet
Researchers from Mainz University demonstrate a new principle for magnetic recording / Publication in Nature Nanotechnology
Physicists at Mainz University build pilot prototype of a single ion heat engine
Nano-heat engine likely to operate at high efficiency / Publication in Physical Review Letters
Jairo Sinova receives ERC funding to develop new spintronic concepts
ERC Synergy Grant of nearly EUR 10 million awarded to research group involving Mainz theoretical physicist Jairo Sinova