Highlight Publications


10
Feb 2015
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FLUORENYL CATION ISOLATED IN WATER ICE

RESOLV members Prof. Wolfram Sander from RUB, Dr. Elsa Sanchez-Garcia from MPI for coal research and coworkers characterized the short-living antiaromatic fluorenyl cation by spectroscopical and theoretical methods.

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05
Jan 2015
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SENSOR SHOWS LACK OF SPACE IN LIVING CELLS

RESOLV members Prof. Simon Ebbinghaus from RUB, Dr. Matthias Heyden from MPI for coal research and coworkers published a new method to analyse the effects of lack of space in living cells in "Angewandte Chemie".

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26
Nov 2014
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Classical enzymatic theory revised by including water motions

RESOLV probes real-time changes in water dynamics during enzymatic reactions. Researchers reports in PNAS.

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17
Oct 2014
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What squeezes atoms

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

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

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20
Aug 2014
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Proteins that replace silicon

A semi-artificial leaf faster than “natural” photosynthesis - RUB-Scientists publish “very important paper” in Chemistry - a European journal.

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04
Aug 2014
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A protecting umbrella against oxygen

Toward fuel cells built from renewable and abundant components - Scientists from Bochum und Mülheim report in NATURE Chemistry

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09
Jul 2014
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RUB chemists develop novel catalyst with two functions

Carbon compound can facilitate water electrolysis and hydrogen combustion - Hope for more cost-efficient metal-air batteries and fuel cells. RESOLV scientist published their report in the “International Edition” of the magazine “Angewandte Chemie”.

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03
Jul 2014
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“Work environment” affects protein properties

RESOLV: Hydration water as mediator between protein and its environment - Understanding the influence of the cellular environment with simple models. Junior professor Simon Ebbinghaus and coworkers published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS).

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03
Jul 2014
  • Award
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Longuet-Higgins Early Career Researcher Prize, 2013

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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