Highlight Publications


17
Oct 2014
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  • Award

WHAT SQUEEZES ATOMS

Mol. Phys.: Longuet-Higgins Young Author's Prize for RUB researcher - A glimpse into the world of the smallest particles.

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25
Sep 2014
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"Trichter" lockt Bindungspartner zum Biomolekül

JACS: Wasserbewegungen als Erkennungshelfer für Moleküle. Forscherinnen berichten im Journal of the American Chemical Society.

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20
Aug 2014
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Proteins that replace Silicon

Chem. Eur. J.: A semi-artificial leaf faster than “natural” photosynthesis - RUB-Scientists publish “very important paper”.

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04
Aug 2014
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A PROTECTING UMBRELLA AGAINST OXYGEN

Nature Chem.: Toward fuel cells built from renewable and abundant components - Scientists from Bochum und Mülheim report.

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09
Jul 2014
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RUB CHEMISTS DEVELOP NOVEL CATALYST WITH TWO FUNCTIONS

Angew. Chem.: Carbon compound can facilitate water electrolysis and hydrogen combustion - Hope for more cost-efficient metal-air batteries and fuel cells.

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03
Jul 2014
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  • Paper

Longuet-Higgins Early Career Researcher Prize, 2013

Mol. Phys.: Dr. Lukasz Walewski received the prize for his outstanding work with Harald Forbert and Dominik Marx on 'Interaction-induced localisation of protons in hydrogen bonds at superfluid helium temperatures'.

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03
Jul 2014
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“WORK ENVIRONMENT” AFFECTS PROTEIN PROPERTIES

JACS: RESOLV: Hydration water as mediator between protein and its environment - Understanding the influence of the cellular environment with simple models.

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28
Mar 2014
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TERAHERTZ DANCE OF AMINO ACIDS

JACS: RUB chemists explain the fingerprint of dissolved glycine in the Terahertz range - Combination of molecular-dynamics simulations and spectroscopy is key to success. The team led by Prof Dr Martina Havenith-Newen and Prof Dr Dominik Marx published their report in the “Journal of the American Chemical Society”.

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18
Feb 2014
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FESTE FLÜSSIGKEITEN

Adv. Funct. Mat.: Chemiker entwickeln neuartige Funktionsmaterialien für die Wärmespeicherung - Kooperation von Forschern aus Bochum und Cambridge.

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20
Nov 2013
  • Paper

Bio-based solar cell

Angew. Chem.: RUB researchers generate electricity rather than biomass with photosynthetic proteins - Efficient integration of photosystems 1 and 2 into photovoltaic cell. The team headed by Prof Dr Wolfgang Schuhmann from the Department of Analytical Chemistry and Center for Electrochemical Sciences (CES) and Prof Dr Matthias Rögner from the Department of Plant Biochemistry, published a report.

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