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News

  • 21
    JAN
    'Trapped' ions cause batteries to lose power
    Almost everyone has a mobile phone and the number of electric cars and bikes on our streets is growing constantly. But the Achilles' heel of these appliances is all too often their batteries. Although newer batteries are more powerful, they still tend to lose power when recharged frequently. Researchers from the University of Antwerp and the Collège de France recently identified the cause of this power loss.
  • 19
    JAN
    'Gevangen' ionen doen batterij in kracht afnemen
    Batterijen blijven al te vaak het pijnpunt van gsm's, laptops en andere toestellen. De nieuwste exemplaren zijn krachtiger, maar boeten bij veelvuldig opladen in aan 'power'. Onderzoekers van UAntwerpen en het Collège de France ontdekten de oorzaak van dat spanningsverlies.
  • 9
    DEC
    Mini magnet causes tornado of electrons
    Scientists from research group EMAT (UAntwerp) publish research on mini magnet in Nature Physics.



Research Mission

Fundamental, applied and industrial research at the international level by means of advanced electron microscopy


Contact

Electron Microscopy for Materials Science (EMAT) Groenenborgerlaan 171
2020 Antwerp
Tel. +32 (3) 265 32 62
staf.vantendeloo@uantwerpen.be

Events

  • 8
    APR
    OPTIMESS 2015
    OPTIMESS2015 focuses on optical measurement techniques and their applications in research, testing and production.
  • 14
    SEP
    ESOMAT 2015
    European Symposium on MartensitiC Transformations