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Jul 2017

…Watch the talk of RESOLV scientists Simon Ebbinhaus at the TEDx event organized by RUB.

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Feb 2017

…Without intensive fundamental research, it will never be possible to successfully combat illnesses such as Alzheimer’s or Huntington’s. Simon Ebbinghaus has now been honoured in the USA for his contribution to research.

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… given around 1.2 million euros of funding from the Human Frontier Science Program for three years. One of the four successful applicants is Prof Dr Simon Ebbinghaus, scientist within RESOLV.

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…Dr. Simon Ebbinghaus erhält NRW-Rückkehrerstipendium Ansätze für Medikamente gegen Alzheimer, Huntington, Parkinson

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…Angew. Chem.: RESOLV members Prof. Simon Ebbinghaus from RUB, Dr. Matthias Heyden from MPI for coal research and coworkers published a new method to analyse the effects of lack of space in living cells in "Angewandte Chemie".

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Apr 2017

…Sold-out conference at the Blue Square in Bochum Clara Saraceno and Simon Ebbinghaus, both RESOLV investigators, presented their research at the TEDx Ruhr University Bochum of the 21st of April. TED (short for Technology, Entertainment, Design)...

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Jan 2015

…Angew. Chem.: RESOLV members Prof. Simon Ebbinghaus from RUB, Dr. Matthias Heyden from MPI for coal research and coworkers published a new method to analyse the effects of lack of space in living cells.

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…Angew. Chem.: The RESOLV groups of Prof. Dr. Simon Ebbinghaus (RUB) and Prof. Dr. Roland Winter (TU Dortmund) report their results in "Angewandte Chemie" together with colleagues at the RUB Department of Biology and at the Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald.

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Feb 2016

…Angew. Chem.: The RESOLV groups of Prof. Dr. Simon Ebbinghaus (RUB) and Prof. Dr. Roland Winter (TU Dortmund) report their results in "Angewandte Chemie" together with colleagues at the RUB Department of Biology and at the Ernst Moritz Arndt...

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03
Jul 2014

… natural environment: the cytoplasm is highly crowded with biomolecules, organic and inorganic substances. Under the tutelage of Junior Professor Dr Simon Ebbinghaus, researchers from Bochum have demonstrated that the water surrounding the dissolved substances inside the cell plays a crucial role with…

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