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Electronics & Semiconductors

Nanomaterials: 3D printing of glass without sintering

Printing of micro- and nanometer-scaled quartz glass structures from pure silicon dioxide opens up many new applications in optics, photonics, and semiconductor technologies. So far, processes have been based on conventional ...

Energy & Green Tech

Lithium recovery can supplement power generation and heat supply

Geothermal technology not only enables sustainable supply of electricity and heat, but also regional lithium extraction. Researchers from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and EnBW have produced a lithium-ion sieve ...


An inkjet printer to produce optical filters and mirrors

Telescopes, light barriers, cameras, laser measurement technology, or smartphones: In many devices and systems, optical filters ensure that light is reflected or transmitted depending on its wavelength. Researchers at Karlsruhe ...

Energy & Green Tech

Limits of lithium extraction from thermal water

Pumping up thermal water, separating lithium, and using it to produce batteries for electric mobility—the idea of lithium as an environmentally compatible and regionally available by-product of geothermal energy plants ...

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