Highlight Publications


17
Jun 2013
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Sometimes less is more

Nature Chem.: RUB researchers unmask Janus-faced nature of mechanical forces with the Jülich supercomputer. Reaction speed does not always increase in proportion to the applied force.

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07
May 2013
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How much single cell breathes

Angew. Chem.: Scanning electrochemical microscopy decisively optimised - RUB researchers measure oxygen consumption of individual cells.

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29
Apr 2013
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Mysterious catalyst explained - How tiny gold particles aid the production of plastic components

Angew. Chem.: RUB researchers coorporate and use gold nanoparticles as catalysts.

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14
Mar 2013
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Chemical Chameleon tamed

Phys. Rev. Lett.: RUB researchers give floppy molecule a structure through solvent effects - Computer simulations show: protonated methane is tamed by microsolvation.

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22
Feb 2013
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Tiny Tweezers and their big influence on bustling proteins

Nature Chem.: Scientists investigate molecular “clothespins” - Elsa Sanchez Garcia and researchers from MPI für Kohlenforschung report in the Nature Chemistry magazine.

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21
Feb 2013
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When water speaks - Solvents make catalysts more efficient

Phys. Rev. Lett.: RUB researchers analyse interfaces between water and catalyst with computer simulations. Prof. Dominik Marx and coworkers describe the results in the journals “Physical Review Letters” and “Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.”

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01
Jan 2013
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Dance of water molecules turns fire-coloured beetles into antifreeze artists

PNAS: RUB researchers and colleagues describe new mode of action for antifreeze proteins.

 

 

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