Highlight Publications


22
May 2019
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In cages, bowls and pills: How to dissolve football-shaped fullerenes

JACS: New organic ligands assemble into structrures that offer new options for fullerene solubilization and modification

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15
May 2019
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Applying precious metal catalysts economically

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Precious metal nanoparticles of platinum and gold are excellent catalysts. But they are expensive and rare. This new method makes it possible to save material.

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03
May 2019
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Particle at the stick

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Since they are so tiny, it is difficult to investigate single nanoparticles. However, this is exactly what researchers are aiming for in order to tailor their properties. For that purpose, they came up with a trick.

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26
Apr 2019
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Improving the lifetime of bioelectrodes for solar energy conversion

JACS: The key to a long life for bioelectrodes lies in an oxygen-free environment.

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27
Mar 2019
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How brain cells curb proteins linked to neurodegernative diseases

EMBO J: RESOLV scientists identified a protein quality control mechanism against misfolded proteins, mediated by the LUBAC complex

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26
Mar 2019
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Converting biomass by applying mechanical force

Ang.Chem.Int.Ed.: Nanoscientists have discovered a new reaction mechanism to cleave cellulose efficiently and environmentally friendly. (German version below)

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15
Mar 2019
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Nano-sized cages differentiate chiral compounds in solution

Angew.Chem.: First report of a self-assembled coordination cage based on chiral helicenes

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11
Mar 2019
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RESOLV scientists in the spotlight for the International Women's day

Angew. Chem.: Special issue features top research from excellent women scientists.

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22
Dec 2018
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Structure and function of photosynthesis protein explained in detail

Science: Photosynthetic complex I is a key element in photosynthetic electron transport, but little has been known about it so far.

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07
Dec 2018
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How ice particles promote the formation of radicals

Phys. Rev. Lett.: Certain molecules with fluorine, chlorine or bromine, together with water, can release harmful substances into the atmosphere.

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