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… fileadmin/content/05_communication/Bildschirmfoto_2015-12-08_um_17.18.25.png 1 Follow us Communicating Solvation Science "Scientific research is like an expedition to distant worlds. The explorers must overcome challenges. They don't know what awaits and must be open to new insights." - From the RESOLV Exhibition 'Völlig Losgelöst'

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… the dawn of RESOLV in 2012, we had one primary goal: To establish Solvation Science as a new research field. Besides the lab work, sharing our results with scientists, students, journalists, industry and lay people has always been part of that mission. Here we collect information on our communication initiatives.  Social Media We consider the social media a perfect addendum to the classic channels of communication, expecially with respect to a fast growing, multidisciplinary field like Solvation Science. If you want to be up to date with the bits and bites of our activities,…

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Dec 2017

… scientists successfully tackled in 2017. 3. International Awards. RESOLV scientists won many prizes in the solar year. Among them the Junior Faculty Award from the America Biophysical Society, the GDCh award for best presentation by an early...

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…Nature Comm.: The RESOLV members Prof. Rochus Schmid, Dr. Harun Tüysüz, Prof. Martin Muhler and Prof. Wolfgang Schuhmann publish their work about pentlandite catalysts for hydrogen production in the journal “Nature Communications”.

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Jul 2017

…Nat. Comm.: 3 Questions to RESOLV scientist Stephanie Bleicken about her recent Nature Communications publication on programmed cell death.

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Mar 2018

… the Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB), the Max-Planck-Institute for Energy Conversion in Mülheim and the from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories in Washington, USA, was able to equip such a catalyst with a self-defense mechanism against...

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May 2018

… containing a photosynthesis protein complex, the so-called photosystem I, could be useful. So far, however, such electrodes have not been functional in the long term – although the photosystem I is stable in nature. RUB researchers describe why...

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May 2018

… and the RUB has now succeeded in selectively producing this important substructure. The targeted design of such structures enables the establishment of substance libraries that the pharmaceutical industry can use to find new active substances. The...

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