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Jun 2017

…Angew. Chem.: The envisaged industrial application necessitates catalysts to do their job for years. This new method could assist in achieving it.

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… See us at fairs, meet us inside our research building ZEMOS, for example during the Solvation Science Industry Partners Day, and meet our talents. RESOLV provides an open research environment. We believe that sharing know-how means sharing benefits, that cooperation projects are short-cuts to application, and that shared-labs can work for you. It all starts with talking to each other, let’s take our science to your business! Technology transfer TranSOLV from Basic Research to Application The transfer center TranSOLV ensures that results from fundamental research done in RESOLV find their way…

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25
Jan 2017

…In view of the next application phase, Resolv announced the strategic involvement of all partners within the University Alliance Ruhr (UA Ruhr): RUB and the Technical University (TU) of Dortmund will jointly apply as cluster hosts, with significant...

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… a top-level Master's or Bachelor's degree (A-grade, at least 1.5 in the German grading system), who enter our graduate school either at iGSS Track I or Track II . If you are interested in one of our open doctoral positions, please check our official call  to see if you match our application requirements and use the relevant application form to apply: PhD application form: Track I for Master's degree holders PhD application form: Track II including preparatory program Please note: Applicants for Track I & II are required to discuss the application and the research project…

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… Graduate School Solvation Science (iGSS)  offered to 4 promising doctoral students the opportunity to undertake their doctoral studies under the supervision of one scientist within the RESOLV consortium. Two scholarships started in 2019 (first call) and the other two in 2020 (second call: applications were welcomed from 1st September - 31st October 2019). They will be funded by DAAD for up to 4 years. Please read here  for more information on the application process. *Please note: this second call for applications has passed. Any new calls will be posted here when the DAAD announces…

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… In its first application to the German Research Foundation, RESOLV planned to appoint 4 faculty members. In 2017, five years after its dawn, RESOLV has succeeded to appoint 9 new professorships! Five of these positions went to female researchers, more than 50% of the total. SPEAKER OF THE ECR BOARD Please contact: Dr. M. Heyden New faculty established within RESOLV:

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09
Jul 2018

…Ang. 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.

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… program offers interdisciplinary training elements such as a three-month internship at one of our partner institutions of the International Faculty (IF), the annual iGSS workshops, Summer Schools, lectures and colloquia; see the Training Schedule section for more details. You may find the official application details and process on the Jobs & Training page or contact our iGSS office. Graduate School Solvation Science 2013 - 2018 Welcome DAAD Virtual Fair Student Researchers Attend our virtual fair on academic careers in Germany! The “Research in Germany” initiative is offering an exciting…

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… qualifying preparatory courses and acceptance into Doctoral programs for students enrolling straight from a Bachelor's degree program. Students in the iGSS Track II training program receive a monthly stipend for the preparatory phase. The funding may be renewed for one additional year. This application procedure is open for the Winter Semester 2020/2021. Please use the iGSS application form on the Jobs & Training page. Training Schedule 2013 - 2018

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04
Aug 2014

… and abundant components - Scientists from Bochum und Mülheim report. In the development of fuel cells the effort of generations of scientist and engineers have led to efficient and stable catalysts based on noble metals. These catalysts have reached the required threshold in terms of performance for applications such as electric cars. However, the high costs of the scarce noble metals render their widespread application economically less viable. In a paper published this week in the journal Nature Chemistry, researchers from the Center for Electrochemical Sciences – CES at the Ruhr-University Bochum and…

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