Highlight Publications


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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04
Dec 2018
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Optimised catalyst saves energy and time

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: The new system to produce certain nitrogen compounds could make the manufacture of medicines and pesticides more efficient.

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20
Nov 2018
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How a crystal is solvated in water

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: The solvation process is of fundamental importance for chemistry – but is very difficult to observe.

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14
Nov 2018
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Next step on the path towards an efficient biofuel cell

Nat. Comm.: Researchers have combined two concepts that make the system as efficient as precious metal catalysts.

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12
Nov 2018
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Fully identified: The pathway of protons

Nat.Comm.: New findings pave the way for chemical reproduction of hydrogen-producing enzymes.

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08
Nov 2018
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Metallic nanocatalysts imitate the structure of enzymes

JACS: In catalysis, nature is sometimes more efficient than artificial systems. Researchers have copied one of the tricks.

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23
Oct 2018
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Noble metal-free catalyst system as active as platinum

Adv. Energy Mater.: Affordable high-performance catalysts have come within reach.

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09
Oct 2018
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The many structures of the light-active biomolecules

Structure: Some molecules change their spatial structure when exposed to light – in other words, they look different in light and darkness. What exactly happens during the conversion has not yet been researched in detail.

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28
Sep 2018
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New insights into the structure of a killer protein

Cell Death Differ.: The protein Bax is responsible for programmed cell death. Because it is constantly changing its location, its structure has so far been difficult to determine.

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