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13
Feb 2017
  • Award

Observing proteins in their natural environment

Without intensive fundamental research, it will never be possible to successfully combat illnesses such as Alzheimer’s or Huntington’s. Simon...

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02
Feb 2017

The possibly smallest RUB script in the world

How many atoms are necessary to write the acronym of Ruhr-Universität Bochum? The Chair of Physical Chemistry I, headed by Prof Dr Karina Morgenstern,...

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25
Jan 2017
  • News

2016: A year of achievements for RESOLV

Publications, new faculty, ERC and more on display at New Year's Reception

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25
Jan 2017

Resolv enters the race as University Alliance Ruhr

In view of the next application phase, Resolv announced the strategic involvement of all partners within the University Alliance Ruhr (UA Ruhr): RUB...

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31
Dec 2016

2016: A golden year for RESOLV scientists seeking ERC funding

Six RESOLV members will receive a total of 11,5 Mio Euros

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20
Oct 2016
  • Award

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
  • Award

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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28
Sep 2016
  • Paper

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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