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LEELIS Conference on future of computer chips
A collaboration of physicists and chemists organized the LEELIS conference on new computer chip technology in Amsterdam on 10-11 November. Leiden physicist Joost Frenken is director of the organizing institute ARCNL.
Electrons give resist layer electrical charge
Leiden physicists found a surprising interaction between electrons and a resist layer. The resist appears to charge and discharge due to incoming electrons. Publication in Physical Review Letters.
In the Media
Our research regularly receives attention in the (Dutch) popular media. Here is an overview.
Feedback from deeply embedded low- and high-mass protostars. Surveying hot molecular gas with Herschel
Promotor: Prof.dr. E.F. van Dishoeck, Co-Promotor: G.J. Herczeg
Laboratory studies of Water Ice in Space
Astronomical observations of cold regions in the universe show a rich inventory of ices. Part of these ices may end up on planets like our own, but in that journey they will be exposed to considerable amounts of radiation.
Unlocking the chemistry of the heavens
How are the building blocks of life formed?
Terrorism Researchers about the Attack in New Zealand
On 15 March, the 28-year-old Australian right-wing extremist Brenton Tarrant committed a terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand. Jelle van Buuren, Bart Schuurman, Daan Weggemans and Tahir Abbas all working at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) have been approached…
Breakthrough in uncrackable quantum encryption
An important discovery makes it possible to communicate complex information among multiple people without the message being cracked. The communication can also relate to complex information.
Tardigrades on the moon
Imagine traveling to the moon, crashing, and surviving the impact as well as the vacuum of space. It might seem impossible, but it happened to a group of tardigrades on 11 April, 2019. What is their secret?
Astronomers destroy former record for most distant galaxy
An international team of astronomers that includes researchers from Leiden has discovered the most distant galaxy yet. The galaxy, called EGS8p7, is 13.23 billion light years away from Earth and already existed when the universe was only 550 million years old.
Investigating the impact of nanoparticles on the environment
On Tuesday 4 September, Martina Vijver delivered the scientific lecture during the academic opening of the Faculty of Science. Martina is professor in Ecotoxicology at CML and would like to have collaborations with colleagues from the Leiden Centre of Data Science. We had a brief interview with her.
Rychard Bouwens granted precious research time on ALMA telescope
Rychard Bouwens from the Leiden Observatory is the first scientist in the Netherlands to be assigned a Large Programme on the state-of-the-art ALMA telescope in Chile. With his team, he wants to use the unique capabilities of the billion-euro facility to investigate the build-up of massive galaxies…
Football molecule explains 100-year-old astronomical problem
Exactly a century ago, astronomers observed the first two diffuse interstellar bands (DIBs) in space. A DIB manifests itself as a colour of light that is missing in the radiation from stars behind an interstellar cloud. Although about 500 DIBs are yet discovered, they remained inexplicable until recently.…
This Week’s Discoveries | 26 April 2016
- New Photon-Mediated Mechanism for SO2 and NO2 Adsorption of Reducible Transition Metal Oxides: Operando Studies on TiO2 Surfaces