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28
Sep 2016
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HOW BACTERIAL PROTEINS TRANSPORT ENERGY

Nature: Bacteria can transfer energy from one membrane to another. How the proteins responsible for the process are arranged has been a mystery for a...

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27
Jul 2016
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New catalyst for hydrogen production

Nat. Comm.: With the aid of platinum catalysts, it is possible to efficiently produce hydrogen. However, this metal is rare and expensive. Researchers...

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05
Jul 2016
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How water gets its exceptional properties

PNAS: Water is liquid at room temperature – astounding for such a small molecule. Insights into the causes are provided by a new simulation method,...

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04
Jul 2016
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From climate killer to fuels and polymers

Nat. Comm.: Converting the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into a useful chemical would be highly desirable. However, the catalysts available to date...

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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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