Chemistry World: Scientists in Germany have proposed a definitive answer to a longstanding debate in chemistry.
Bild der Wissenschaft: RESOLV Speaker M. Havenith helps to clarify how new findings could open up surprising applications for water (in German)
ChiuZ: How do chemical reactions start in space? 'Chemie in unsere Zeit' reports about the research of Dominik Marx and Martina Havenith (in German)
The Times of India interviewed Dr. Devendra Mani, solvation scientist in the group of RESOLV Speaker Martina Havenith
Rubin Magazine: There has been no method so far to investigate the influence of the particles in complex surroundings. Initial results with a new...
Rubin Magazine: It takes farmers only a minute to check if their field needs fertilising – and if so, with what.
Westfalen Spiegel Magazine: RESOLV's Solvation Science and Martina Havenith's research on water are featured in the February Issue
Scientific Computing World asks: Which High Performance Computing applications have made real progress in the past 12 months? One RESOLV project for...
Die ZEIT: How RESOLV and its partners in the UARuhr are bidding for the new funding round of the Excellence Strategy
Rubin Magazine: There is not much room in cells. The molecules are tightly packed. Does this influence their function? And do experiments have to take...
Rubin Magazine: Computer simulations and experiments with cells have yielded promising results.
Die WAZ berichtet über den Exzellenzcluster RESOLV und den Forschungsbau ZEMOS.
Die WAZ interviewt Martina Havenith in ihrer Serie "Spitzenforschung".
Pro-Physik: Koffeinfreier Kaffee, elektrochemische Energiespeicher oder die Proteinfaltung – auf den ersten Blick haben diese Themen nichts...
Philip Ball on Chemistry World: The processes underpinning how solvent and solutes molcules interact are fundamental, but still mysterious.