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RESOLV Press Releases

28
Mar 2022

RESOLV New Year's Reception - Strong through cooperation

At the New Year's reception, the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV reviews a successful year 2021, celebrates the lived cooperation in the Ruhr region and…

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18
Mar 2022

New member: State NRW supports junior research group at TU Dortmund University

As promising young scientist, Dr. Elisabeth Kreidt is moving to the TU Dortmund as part of the return program of the Ministry of Culture and Science…

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16
Mar 2022
  • Award

Kai S. Exner receives award by ADUC

The scientist particularly convinced the jury with the quality and number of his scientific publications in high-ranking journals.

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09
Mar 2022

New Member: Marialore Sulpizi explores the interface of solids and liquids

Interfaces between solid and liquid phases are relevant for many industrial applications. The newly appointed professor at RUB wants to understand…

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31
Jan 2022
  • Paper

Molecular machine in nano cage

What a toy: a tiny gyroscope that would fit in a human cell and that can be controlled from the outside.

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19
Jan 2022
  • Paper

Unexpected energy storage capability where water meets metal surfaces

A new method can measure the electrical (re-)charging of boundary layers between very small, metallic particles and aqueous solutions and understand…

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29
Nov 2021

Martina Havenith elected as Henriette Heart Scout

Martina Havenith can select three excellent international junior researchers for a fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. (in German)

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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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18
Feb 2021
  • Paper

How to capture an intermediate – and control it

J. Am. Chem. Soc.: Carbenes strongly interact with metal surfaces at the atomic level, solvation scientists show.

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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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