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02
May 2017
  • Paper

RNA molecules in the primordial soup could have been highly reactive

Nat. Comm.: Not only proteins, but also RNA molecules could have contributed to important catalytic functions during the creation of life.

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28
Apr 2017
  • News

Exhibition's coming home

Thousands have visited it in Recklinghausen, now the exhibition 'Völlig Losgelöst' is on display in ZEMOS.

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26
Apr 2017
  • News
  • Outreach

RESOLV scientists get on stage at TEDx RUB

Sold-out conference at the Blue Square in Bochum

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10
Apr 2017
  • News

Did life come from space?

We usually imagine comet impacts as a threat and not as the source of life. But perhaps they were precisely that.

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05
Apr 2017
  • Award

How to improve intake of pharmaceutical substances

RESOLV chemist Gabriele Sadowski presented her research on drugs' solubility at the Leibniz Lecture in New York (German)

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03
Apr 2017
  • Award

RESOLV gains reinforcement from Taiwan

He has achieved ground-breaking success in the field of spectroscopy. Taiwanese academic Yuan-Pern Lee is now bringing his expertise with him to RUB.

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28
Mar 2017

Solvation Science takes spot at key physics event

RESOLV and CALSOLV co-organised Solvation Science sessions at the American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting 2017, which took place in New Orleans...

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28
Feb 2017

RESOLV SPEAKER GETS UAR PROFESSORSHIP

The cluster of excellence RESOLV is strengthend by a professorship across the three universities of the UA Ruhr.

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