Nat. Rev. Chem.: In nature, enzymes are mostly made of proteins. This might change in a not too distant future, according to a review article published by a research team from Bochum.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Seemingly simple questions about the hydration shell of charged particles remained unanswered for a long time. Until this new analysis arrived.
JACS: The particles have an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect. They are used in medicine and the food industry. But little is known about their mode of action and degradation so far.
Angew.Chem.: Plastic production with this catalyst would be sustainable and would also enable the creation of hydrogen as a potential energy source.
Nat.Chem.: Benjamin List found a potent catalysts that leads to tertiary aldol products in excellent yields and enantioselectivities.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Catalysts should be as stable, efficient and adaptable to certain applications as possible. This Bochum-made development makes all of this possible.
Angew. Chem.: Nano objects with spectacular shape and promising functions.
Nat. Comm.: How artificial photosynthesis systems should be designed in the future to remain functional in the long term.
Nat. Comm.: How the pharmaceutical industry could obtain new active ingredients in the future.
Chem. Eur. J.: 3 Questions to RESOLV Scientist Lukas Gooßen about his recent publication in 'Chemistry - A European Journal' on introducing C-C bonds under salt-free conditions.