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04
Dec 2023
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This is how protein aggregates can trigger neurodegenerative diseases

It’s quite obvious that they are involved. The latest findings show one possible way

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02
Nov 2023
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Protect biocatalyst from oxygen

Targeted genetic channel modifications can protect hydrogen-producing enzymes from harmful oxygen.

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02
Oct 2023
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Water makes all the difference

Water is a major driving force in the formation of separate reaction compartments within cells.

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28
Sep 2023
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Excellence in the Ruhr Area: Prof. Martina Havenith Honoured with the Business Award Ruhr

Martina Havenith was honoured with the Business Award Ruhr in recognition of her exceptional contributions to the Metropole Ruhr. The award, presented…

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27
Sep 2023
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Clara Saraceno receives Zhenyi Wang Award

Clara Saraceno was honoured with the Zhenyi Wang Award for Excellence in IRMMW-THz 2023 “for achievements in the development of high-power…

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14
Aug 2023
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Simon Ebbinghaus returns to Bochum for the second time

His research focuses on the misfolding of proteins and their clumping together in cells. They are held responsible for the development of…

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04
Jul 2023
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Professor Rasmus Linser Awarded ERC Consolidator Grant

The European Research Council (ERC) will fund research by Professor Rasmus Linser from the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at TU Dortmund…

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27
Jun 2023
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Honored by the City of Bochum

Martina Havenith, spokesperson of the Cluster of Excellence Ruhr Explores Solvation was honored by the city of Bochum with the honorary plaque of the…

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14
Jun 2023
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German-Japanese H2-laboratory in Osaka

The rector accompanied Hendrik Wüst for a week and took the opportunity to visit three Japanese partner universities of the Ruhr-Universität.

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12
Jun 2023
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Awarded: Kai S. Exner receives the Nernst-Haber-Bodenstein Prize 2023

The German Bunsen Society for Physical Chemistry awarded the prestigious Nernst-Haber-Bodenstein Prize for the year 2023 to CENIDE member Prof. Dr.…

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12
Apr 2023
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Nanotubes as optical stopwatch for the detection of neurotransmitters

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.:Carbon nanotubes not only shine brighter in the presence of dopamine, but also for longer. The time period of shining serves as…

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04
Apr 2023
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Fast light pulse triggers charge transfer into water

Chem. Sci: Using a new technique, researchers were able to observe live what happens in the first picosecond when a proton detaches from a dye after…

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27
Mar 2023
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Model of oxygen evolution refuted

Producing hydrogen from water and solar energy alone - researchers around the world are working on this sustainable path. Theoreticians support this…

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27
Feb 2023

An optimistic look into the future

At the New Year's reception of "RESOLV - Ruhr explores solvation", the joint Cluster of Excellence of TU Dortmund University and Ruhr-Universität…

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22
Feb 2023
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GDCh awards Carl Duisberg Memorial Prize to Kai Exner

At the Chemistry Lecturers' Conference, which will be held at the Technical University of Dresden from March 13 to 15, the German Chemical Society…

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19
Feb 2023
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Tsunami in a water glass

PNAS: A new experiment has made it possible to observe the effects of an electron in solution on the surrounding liquid.

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10
Feb 2023
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How protein-rich droplets form

Terahertz spectroscopy maps spontaneous formation of protein-rich droplets that may lead to neurodegenerative diseases.

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26
Jan 2023
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Symmetry breaking in host-guest system controls optical properties

Nat. Commun.: Inspired by function-rich biostructures, a host-guest system was formed that exhibits surprisingly low symmetry. In this way circularly…

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11
Jan 2023
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Protecting biocatalysts from oxygen

A genetic modification can make hydrogen-producing enzymes more stable.

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