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Not all microplastics are the same – physical properties matter for their interactions with cells

Not all microplastics are the same – physical properties matter for their interactions with cells

New findings from a research team at the Collaborative Research Centre 1357 – Microplastics at the University of Bayreuth reveal that nominally identical microplastic model particles from different manufacturers differ significantly in their properties and interact differently with cells.  ...more

Problem solver from Upper Franconia at the German Physics Championships

Problem solver from Upper Franconia at the German Physics Championships

On Saturday, 20 January, participants from Upper Franconia were selected for the German Physics Championship at the regional competition for the GYPT (German Young Physicists' Tournament) at the University of Bayreuth. The final round will take place from 1 to 3 March at the Physics Centre of the German Physical Society in Bad Honnef near Bonn.  ...more

Ultra-short laser flashes on demand: controllable light pulse pairs from a single fibre laser

Ultra-short laser flashes on demand: controllable light pulse pairs from a single fibre laser

In an innovative approach to controlling ultrashort laser flashes, researchers from the Universities of Bayreuth and Konstanz are using soliton physics and two pulse combs within a single laser. The method has the potential to drastically speed up and simplify laser applications.   ...more

Bayreuth students on the Interdisciplinary Elite Study ProgramBiological Physics depart for international research modules

Bayreuth students on the Interdisciplinary Elite Study Program Biological Physics depart for international research modules

After the end of the corona pandemic, during which research stays abroad were hardly possible, international research stays as part of the Interdisciplinary Elite Study Program Biological Physics are now running successfully again.  ...more

Breakthrough for describing soft matter through AI

Breakthrough for describing soft matter through AI

Physicists from Bayreuth have developed a new method for studying liquid and soft matter using artificial intelligence. In a study now published in the renowned journal "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America" (PNAS), they open up a new chapter in density functional theory with their "neural functional theory".  ...more

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Physics deals with the observation and understanding of all fundamental phenomena in the field of matter and energy. Thus, it forms the basis of all other scientific disciplines, including the life sciences and medicine, and it is the basis of engineering and technology.

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