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RUB researchers give floppy molecule a structure through solvent effects - Computer simulations show: protonated methane is tamed by microsolvation. Prof. Dominik Marx and coworkers report in the journal “Physical Review Letters”.

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…EU funds “LUMINET” project with 3.6 million Euros - Novel luminescent materials to reduce global energy demand

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… attend an introductory lecture to Solvation Science defend their graduate project at our annual Autumn Workshop participate in the interdisciplinary lecture series held by international experts in the field of Solvation Science choose an individual lecture based on their graduate project participate in the…

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…RESOLV PS Prof. Thomas Happe gets 1.2 million euros for a new EU project “Sun2Chem”. With his research team he wants to create semi-artificial chloroplasts for the production of biotechnologically relevant products.

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… bringing solvation science into the spotlight. More videos from RESOLV  WHAT is RESOLV? The Cluster of Excellence RESOLV is a joint research project of about fifty research groups from seven institutions in the German Ruhr area. Since 2012, we use cutting-edge experimental and computational…

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… is a cluster of excellence funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). RESOLV is short for Ruhr Explores Solvation, its DFG code is EXC 1069. The project officially kicked off in November 2012, with the Ruhr University Bochum as host institution. Since then, a growing number of scientist…

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The understanding of chemical reactivity is of key importance for the development and optimization of key chemical processes in both the laboratory and industry. Solvation not only changes the properties of the reactants and the products, but also affects transition states. Solvents thus influence the thermodynamics, the kinetics, and the product selectivity in liquid phase reactions. The selection of a suitable solvent frequently determines the success or failure of a chemical reaction. One example with possibly broad implications is the synthesis of enantiomeric pure products that is

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GSS OMBUDSMAN We are honoured that Professor Dr. Volker Staemmler has agreed to be our ombudsman. Prof. Staemmler held a C2 Professorship in Theoretical Chemistry at the Ruhr-University of Bochum from 1982 to 2006, when he retired.  Prof. Staemmler has already amassed ample experience preparing him for the task of ombudsman as he was speaker of the graduate school "Dynamical Processes at Solid Surfaces" at the RUB from 1995 to 2000. He is completely independent of RESOLV and the GSS. If you have any issues or problems, feel free to visit him in his office.  The

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… and workshops, centred on all areas of solvation science. Please contact the scientists involved in RESOLV in order to find a suitable PhD project for you. Download the general call for PhD students here: GSS_PHD_STUDENTS.pdf JOB and training OPPORTUNITIES POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHERS If…

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Max Planck Institute for Iron Research At the Max Planck Institute for Iron Research in Düsseldorf about 300 researchers investigate e.g. ways of preventing corrosion that makes many metallic tools unusable with time. Max Planck Institute for Coal Research At the Max Planck Institute for Coal Research in Mülheim a. d. Ruhr work about 300 employees. Scientists explore the catalytic transformation of compounds and materials with the highest degree of chemo-, regio- and stereoselectivity under conditions which maximize efficient use of natural resources. Max Planck Institute for

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