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Into the Future with Energy
The latest issue of the magazine "Research in Jülich: Energy" covers the topic sustainable energy
The question of energy supply remains a burning issue. Forschungszentrum Jülich, the largest multidisciplinary research centre in Europe, is using its broadly based energy research to focus on this question. The latest issue of our magazine "Research in Jülich: Energy" provides you with an insight into this work.
From photovoltaics to nuclear fusion, from fuel cells to a hydrogen economy, from better materials to more efficient power plants - attention is devoted to both long-term contributions in basic research for science and technology, and concrete technological applications for industry.
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About Forschungszentrum Jülich:
In Jülich, scientists from the disciplines of physics, chemistry, biology, medicine and the engineering sciences base their close cooperations on the key competencies of physics and scientific computing. They devote themselves to social challenges in the fields of health, information, the environment and energy. The work comprises both long-term contributions in basic research for science and technology, as well as concrete technological applications for industry.
Research Centre Jülich is one of the 15 Helmholtz Research Centres in the Federal Republic of Germany. 4,300 members of staff dedicate themselves to exploring topics that are of current social relevance in one of the largest research institutions in Europe.
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Dipl.-Phys. Kosta Schinarakis
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