Highlight Publications


27
Jul 2016
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New catalyst for hydrogen production

Nat. Comm.: With the aid of platinum catalysts, it is possible to efficiently produce hydrogen. However, this metal is rare and expensive. Researchers have discovered an alternative that is just as good, but less costly.

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05
Jul 2016
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How water gets its exceptional properties

PNAS: Water is liquid at room temperature – astounding for such a small molecule. Insights into the causes are provided by a new simulation method, which has its origins in brain research.

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04
Jul 2016
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From climate killer to fuels and polymers

Nat. Comm.: Converting the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into a useful chemical would be highly desirable. However, the catalysts available to date have not been efficient enough.

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30
Jun 2016
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The role played by solvents at extreme pressure

Angew. Chem.: Some living organisms thrive under extraordinary conditions, such as the deep sea. But just how do they withstand the enormous pressure?

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15
Jun 2016
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NEW RNA THERMOMETER

PNAS: The team around RESOLV PS Prof. Franz Narberhaus and their colleagues at Helmholtz Center for Infection Research in Braunschweig and Leipzig University developed a new RNA thermometer.

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30
May 2016
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NEW INSIGHTS INTO HYDROGENASE COFACTOR ASSEMBLY

Angew. Chem.: The team around RESOLV PS Prof. Thomas Happe gained new insights into the cofactor assembly of hydrogenase.

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25
Apr 2016
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MODIFYING COMPOSITION OF BACTERIA GENOME

Nucleic Acids Res.: The group of RESOLV PS Prof. Franz Narberhaus carried out a successful study where they controlled the type of proteins a bacterium produces.

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25
Apr 2016
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FOLDING MOLECULES INTO SCREW-SHAPED STRUCTURES

Angew. Chem.: An international research team around RESOLV PS Prof. Nils Metzler-Nolte describes the methods of winding up molecules into screw-shaped structures in the journal “Angewandte Chemie”.

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31
Mar 2016
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CYANOBACTERIA FOR THE PRODUCTION OF CHEMICALS

Angew. Chem.: RESOLV member Dr. Marc Nowaczyk and Prof. Robert Kourist from the junior research group "Mikrobielle Biotechnologie" at RUB publish in Angewandte Chemie.

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15
Mar 2016
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NEW ELECTRODE FOR ION CONCENTRATION ANALYSIS

Angew. Chem.: The group of RESOLV PI Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schuhmann designed an electrode that measures the concentration of specific positive ions in a stable manner and could be mass-produced at low costs.

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