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30
Jun 2016
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The role played by solvents at extreme pressure

Angew. Chem.: Some living organisms thrive under extraordinary conditions, such as the deep sea. But just how do they withstand the enormous pressure?

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15
Jun 2016
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NEW RNA THERMOMETER

PNAS: The team around RESOLV PS Prof. Franz Narberhaus and their colleagues at Helmholtz Center for Infection Research in Braunschweig and Leipzig...

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30
May 2016
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NEW INSIGHTS INTO HYDROGENASE COFACTOR ASSEMBLY

Angew. Chem.: The team around RESOLV PS Prof. Thomas Happe gained new insights into the cofactor assembly of hydrogenase.

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25
Apr 2016
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MODIFYING COMPOSITION OF BACTERIA GENOME

Nucleic Acids Res.: The group of RESOLV PS Prof. Franz Narberhaus carried out a successful study where they controlled the type of proteins a...

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25
Apr 2016
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FOLDING MOLECULES INTO SCREW-SHAPED STRUCTURES

Angew. Chem.: An international research team around RESOLV PS Prof. Nils Metzler-Nolte describes the methods of winding up molecules into screw-shaped...

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21
Apr 2016
  • Award

BENJAMIN LIST RECEIVES ERC ADVANCED GRANT

RESOLV PI Prof. Benjamin List receives ERC Advanced Grant from European Research Council for his catalysis research

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14
Apr 2016
  • Award

DR. HARUN TÜYSÜZ RECEIVES JOCHEN-BLOCK-PRIZE 2016

RESOLV member Dr. Harun Tüysüz was awarded with the Jochen-Block-Prize of the German Catalysis Society e.V. (GeCatS).

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31
Mar 2016
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CYANOBACTERIA FOR THE PRODUCTION OF CHEMICALS

Angew. Chem.: RESOLV member Dr. Marc Nowaczyk and Prof. Robert Kourist from the junior research group "Mikrobielle Biotechnologie" at RUB publish in...

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