### Hard mathematical problems as basis for new cryptographic techniques

RUB researchers develop new cryptographic algorithms that are based on particularly hard mathematical problems. They would be virtually unbreakable.

RUB researchers develop new cryptographic algorithms that are based on particularly hard mathematical problems. They would be virtually unbreakable.

Apr 01, 2016
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Computer Sciences

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3-D lattice with glassy carbon struts and braces of less than 200 nm in diameter has higher specific strength than most solids.

Feb 03, 2016
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Nanomaterials

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Imagine a sponge that could soak up a thousand times its own volume in water. Now imagine how effective that sponge would be if it could store hydrogen instead of water, giving researchers an alternative to compressed air ...

Jan 27, 2016
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Condensed Matter

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There are certain universal patterns in nature that hold true, regardless of objects' size, species, or surroundings. Take, for instance, the branching fractals seen in both tree limbs and blood vessels, or the surprisingly ...

Jan 05, 2016
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Cell & Microbiology

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Today, quantum optical experiments provide methods to prove the rules that have been thought of and pressed into elegant mathematical equations in those days. In this regard, scientists in the Quantum Many-Body Division of ...

Jan 04, 2016
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Quantum Physics

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The transport of particles is usually induced by applying an external gradient to a system. Water, for example, flows down a slope and electric current is generated by applying a voltage. But already in ancient times another ...

Dec 17, 2015
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Quantum Physics

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Designing alloys to withstand extreme environments is a fundamental challenge for materials scientists. Energy from radiation can create imperfections in alloys, so researchers in an Energy Frontier Research Center led by ...

Oct 30, 2015
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Condensed Matter

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A North Carolina State University physicist and his German colleagues have created a new, more precise algorithm for simulating particle interactions when a single impurity is introduced into a Fermi sea. The algorithm shows ...

Oct 27, 2015
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General Physics

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Using molecular modeling and large-scale molecular dynamic simulation, University of Illinois researchers constructed an atomic model of an immature retrovirus.

Aug 12, 2015
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Biochemistry

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A new study discovers how the sudden excitation of lattice vibrations in a crystal can trigger a change of the magnetic properties of an atomically-thin layer that lies on its surface.

Jul 06, 2015
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Condensed Matter

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