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RESOLV Press Releases

26
Nov 2021
  • Award

Clara Saraceno is elected as a Fellow Member of Optica

"For seminal contributions to ultrafast science and technology, as well as outstanding service to the optics community."

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23
Nov 2021
  • Paper

How positively and negatively charged ions behave at interfaces

When charged particles enter the boundary layer between a liquid and an electrode, they first have to strip off their water shells.

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09
Nov 2021
  • Paper

Supercomputers joined the fight against antibiotic resistance

Researchers have developed a strategy to use supercomputers to tackle the threat of diseases caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

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08
Sep 2021

How Confined Protons Migrate

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: When less than two nanometers of space is available, there is a traffic jam in the proton transport network.

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09
Jul 2021
  • Highlight

Eleventh-graders conduct research on disinfectants

RESOLV awards prizes to Martha Godau and Florian Steinkamp for their Facharbeiten in the basic chemistry course.

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16
Jun 2021
  • Paper

Enzyme system for the hydrogen industry

Nat. Cat.: An enzyme could make a dream come true for the energy industry: It can efficiently produce hydrogen using electricity and can also generate…

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01
Jun 2021
  • Press Releases

Electrochemical reactions

Dr. Kai S. Exner has become member of RESOLV and will assume the junior professorship for Theoretical Inorganic Chemistry at the UDE in June.

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04
May 2021
  • Paper

Research team studies RNR protein in living cells

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Solvation scientists from TU Dortmund University have gained new insights into the structure and properties of the protein…

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14
Apr 2021
  • Paper

The role of hydrophobic molecules in catalytic reactions

PNAS: Optimising electrochemical processes is one of the challenges in developing technologies for renewable energies. New research findings could…

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16
Mar 2021
  • Paper

Research Team Uses Coal-Tar Dyes to Analyze Bio­mo­le­cules

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Solvation scientists from TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity has discovered new, promising ways of using well-known coal-tar dyes to…

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22
Dec 2020
  • Paper

New energy conversion layer for biosolar cells

Angew. Chem.: Photosynthetic proteins can convert light energy into other forms of energy. Researchers want to make this technology usable for the…

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16
Dec 2020
  • Paper

Catalytic activity of individual cobalt oxide nanoparticles determined

Angew. Chem.: Analyzing nanoparticles individually is a challenge precisely because they are so small. A new technique using electron microscopy and a…

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16
Dec 2020
  • Paper

How water helps the substrate into the enzyme

PNAS: An international research team has investigated water molecules in a tiny cage – and discovered previously unknown properties.

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30
Nov 2020
  • Paper

Measuring pH locally with terahertz spectroscopy

Angew. Chem.: Nowadays, it is easy to determine an average pH for larger quantities of liquid. It is a challenge, however, to define a local pH value.

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27
Nov 2020
  • Paper

Detecting bacteria with fluorescent nanosensors

Nat. Comm.: Luminous carbon nanotubes detect pathogens – and are quick and easy to use.

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04
Nov 2020
  • Paper

Very Precise Distance Measurements in DNA G-Qua­dru­plex Structures

Angew. Chem.: DNA G-qua­dru­plexes play important roles in biological processes and have been identified as promising drug targets, e.g. in anticancer…

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02
Nov 2020
  • Paper

Towards a closed carbon cycle

ACS Cat: How supercritical carbon dioxide influences the electrochemical reduction of CO2

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25
Sep 2020
  • Award

MARTINA HAVENITH ELECTED FELLOW OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY

For establishing THz-Spectroscopy as a powerful new tool to study the role of water.

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28
Aug 2020
  • Paper

Giant nanomachine aids the immune system

PNAS: A small but important step towards a successful immune reaction is performed by an impressive nanomachine. Researchers use simulations to…

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26
Aug 2020
  • Paper

Making enzymes fit for industrial applications

Ang.Chem.: Bacterial enzymes are often powerful but also very sensitive catalysts. To call up their performance, they therefore need a special…

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