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25
Oct 2016

Nature Chem.:In proteins and rubber, they are indispensable: bonds between two sulphur atoms that link long molecules together. Pulling from outside on the disulphide bonds triggers unexpectedly complicated processes. From a chemical perspective,...

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21
Dec 2017

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.: Numerous chemical and industrial processes take place in solution. But the exact interactions between solvent and solute are not yet understood. Chemists of Ruhr-Universität Bochum tracked with unprecedented spatial resolution...

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28
Jul 2020

… Molecular Nanostructures research group will be awarded a Proof of Concept Grant by the European Research Council (ERC) amounting to 150,000 euros. The project “Establishing continuous biomarker monitoring for big data in fitness and healthcare”,...

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15
Oct 2018

The 9th Young Chemists’ Symposium Ruhr took place at ZEMOS Center for Solvation Science in Bochum. On 10 October 2018, the Young Chemistry Network Ruhr organized its 9th annual meeting at ZEMOS, RUB, in cooperation with the cluster of excellence...

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22
May 2017

Chemistry in solution takes place everywhere, for instance in our bodies. Research in the Ruhr is pulling out all the stops to understand all the details of this. Whether in living beings or in industrial processes, almost all chemical reactions take...

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Storing power from renewable energy sources is a challenge. Nicolas Plumeré wants to meet that challenge with funding from the European Research Council. For his research Dr Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable

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Storing power from renewable energy sources is a challenge. Nicolas Plumeré wants to meet that challenge with funding from the European Research Council. For his research Dr Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable

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Storing power from renewable energy sources is a challenge. Nicolas Plumeré wants to meet that challenge with funding from the European Research Council. For his research Dr Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable

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27
Dec 2018

… period 2019-2025 with ca. 42 Mio. EUR. RESOLV is one of the 57 clusters selected and one of the only two new chemistry clusters: The aim of the new project is to investigate chemical processes beyond normal conditions, thermal equilibria or...

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About the person Nicolas Plumeré studied chemistry in Strasbourg and Glasgow and got his doctorate in 2009 at the Universität Tübingen. Since 2010, he has been the Junior Research Group Leader at the RUB Center for Electrochemistry and does research in the Excellence Cluster Resolv. Links Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB Press release: More ERC Starting Grants at RUB Storing power from renewable energy sources is a challenge. Nicolas Plumeré wants to meet that challenge with funding from the European Research Council. For

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