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Apr 2021

Laying of the foundation stone for CALEDO On Monday 22 March 2021, a symbolic turn of the sod marked the beginning of the construction work for the research building "Center for Advanced Liquid-Phase Engineering Dortmund" (CALEDO) at the North Campus...

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Aug 2020

… per square centimetre and high power densities of 5.4 milliwatts per square centimetre. Biobased process for ammonia production In the second project, the research team at RUB, together with the US group led by Professor Shelley Minteer from the...

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Apr 2019

… locations. They benefit from extensive training opportunities, especially in scientific methods, but also in soft skills like application methodology, project management, languages and writing courses. About the Cofund programme With the...

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Feb 2021

… and peculiar, year 2020. For many, Corona threw a spanner in the works. But those involved in RESOLV used the opportunity to move forward, complete projects, and evaluate data to publish their results in internationally renewed journals even though...

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May 2018

Nat. Comm.: How artificial photosynthesis systems should be designed in the future to remain functional in the long term. In order to convert light energy into chemical energy in an environmentally friendly way, bioelectrodes containing a...

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Under the direction of theoretical chemist Teresa Head-Gordon and laser spectroscopist Richard Saykally, several groups at UC Berkeley have established the local research consortium California explores Solvation (CALSOLV). Since 2014, Berkeley scientists address the intricate details of solvation in close collaboration with the researchers in Germany. The RESOLV/CALSOLV partnership thrives on topics such as X-ray spectroscopy of liquids and solutions, enzyme catalysis, and ab initio calculations of solvated structures and chemical reactions. The RuhrCal collaboration has started to produce

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integrated Graduate School Solvation Science The integrated Graduate School Solvation Science (iGSS, Dean: Prof. Dr. Stefan M. Kast) builds upon the success of the Graduate School Solvation Science, which was born out of the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV at the beginning of 2013. The iGSS is an education and training program for graduate students within RESOLV that supports the early research careers of solvation scientists. Doctoral degrees are granted by the appropriate faculty, which include the departments of chemistry and biochemistry, chemistry and chemical biology, physics, and

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Jan 2021

… of our dye-based compounds. Most pleasingly, many of them are indeed soluble in water, giving us a lot of ideas for upcoming studies and collaborative projects within RESOLV! Read more Original Publication: I. Regeni, B. Chen, M. Frank, A. Baksi,...

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Oct 2019

JACS: Oxygen threatens sustainable catalysts that use hydrogen to produce electricity in fuel cells. Researchers from Bochum and Marseille have developed a way to combat this. Efficient catalysts for converting hydrogen into electricity in fuel...

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Jan 2020

Laser technology for Solvation research on the spotlight RESOLV opened the New Year with an International Symposium on 'Laser Spectroscopy and Solvation Science'. The meeting took place on Wednesday 8 January 2020 in ZEMOS at the Ruhr University...

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