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A crane takes the researchers to the uppermost treetops to study the seasonal fluctuations of the water balance.

Drought-induced Mortality of Conifers

SONATE-2 in orbit: Visualisation of the new technology testing satellite for highly autonomous payloads and artificial intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence for Space

Schematic representation of the coherent control of a spin defect (red) in an atomic layer of boron nitride. Boron nitride consists of boron (yellow spheres) and nitrogen (blue spheres) and lies on a stripline. The spin defect is excited by a laser and its state is read out via photoluminescence. The qubit can be manipulated both by microwave pulses (light blue) of the stripline and also by a magnetic field.

Spin Defects Under Control

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Experience Theatre and Art, History and Architecture, Dancing and Celebrations next to the beautiful River of Main flowing in the Heart of the green City.

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Strong in Research and Collaborations

Strong in Research

True to its motto ‘Science for Society’, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) is committed to advancing research in a wide range of disciplines. Academic rankings confirm JMU’s place among the world’s high-performing research universities.

Science in Motion

In our series ‘Science in Motion ’, we present the people behind the cutting-edge research at the Julius-Maximilian-University of Würzburg (JMU). In this episode, RNA researcher and biochemist Jörg Vogel takes us to HIRI - the Helmholtz Institute for RNA-based Infection Research.

Cluster of Excellence

The Cluster of Excellence  ‘Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter ’ investigates topological and complex quantum materials as well as their potential applications.