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15
Nov 2016
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New biofuel cell with energy storage

Angew. Chem.: Efficiently producing and storing energy is a challenge for our society. A biocatalyst-polymer system could take on both tasks at once.

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25
Oct 2016
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Splitting disulphide bonds in water is more complicated than assumed

Nature Chem.:In proteins and rubber, they are indispensable: bonds between two sulphur atoms that link long molecules together. Pulling from outside...

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20
Oct 2016
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JOACHIM WALTHER SCHULTZE-PRIZE FOR KRISTINA TSCHULIK

Prof. Kristina Tschulik receives the Joachim Walther Schultze-Prize for young electrochemists, endowed with 2.000 Euro for her research on single...

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19
Oct 2016
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RESOLV SCIENTISTS ATTEND SOLVAY-CONFERENCE

An invitation that is not for everyone. Martina Havenith, Frank Neese and Benjamin List from the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV participate in the...

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06
Oct 2016
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How solvent molecules cooperate in reactions

Nat. Comm.: The solvent is far more than just the environment for a chemical reaction. A recent study reveals new insights into the role of solvent...

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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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