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17
Oct 2014

…Mol. Phys.: Longuet-Higgins Young Author's Prize for RUB researcher - A glimpse into the world of the smallest particles. It is almost impossible to observe the movement of nuclei inside molecules – but it is possible to calculate it. Dr. Lukasz Walewski from the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV (Ruhr Explores Solvation) at Ruhr-Universität got an insight into the behaviour of hydrogen nuclei at very low temperatures. These hydrogen nuclei involved in so-called hydrogen bonds ensure, for example, that water is liquid (and not solid or gaseous) at room temperature. For his research, he was awarded the Longuet-Higgins…

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29
Jun 2017

… and could therefore be directly involved in the step before the fusion that leads to pathogen degradation. Based on our findings, in the future it may be possible to elucidate escape strategies of pathogens as well as to gain deeper understanding...

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29
Mar 2019

… of the Hotel-Residence Klosterpforte near Bielefeld last week. It was a meeting that marked some “first times” for the Cluster. It was the first retreat of the new RESOLV and it offered to the almost 110 participants a comprehensive overview of the...

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… 3 December 23 December 14 December 11 December 8 December 22 DECEMBER 19 DECEMBER 13 DECEMBER 10 December 7 December 24 December 15 December 12 December 9 December 17 DECEMBER 16 December 18 RESOLV ADVENT CALENDAR 2019 RESOLV's ADVENT CALENDAR 2019 A Cover about solvation science every day! Scroll down, find the cover and click on it to see the article. 

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… with all rights like full professors at RUB. Besides, we provide budget for career coaching and soft skill courses. ABOUT ECR Graduate students  Did you recently attain a Master degree? Are you looking forward to continue doing a PhD in science? The integrated Graduate School Solvation Science (iGSS) for doctoral students offers you a three-year structured graduate programme that combines cutting-edge research with a curriculum of lectures, colloquia, and workshops, centred on all areas of solvation science. about Igss Undergraduates Do you hold a B.Sc. in chemistry,…

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11
Jan 2016

…t das Team vom Exzellenzcluster RESOLV in das neue Jahr gestartet. Beim Neujahrsempfang am 8. Januar blickten die Forscherinnen und Forscher auch auf die Erfolge im vergangenen Jahr zurück. „Früher fand ich Physik langweilig“, erzählte Prof. Martina...

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…GSS Board NEXT ECR ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY The next ECR General Assembly will take place during the GSS Workshop on 1st/2nd October 2015 in the RUB Conference Center.  The iGSS Board meets four times a year and decides about the activities of the integrated Graduate School Solvation Science, i.e. the organization of the annual Summer School, the iGSS Workshop and the structured training program of the Graduate School. The iGSS Board consists of: The Dean of the iGSS, one representative from the group of the ECR group leaders, one representative from the group of the PhD students and the…

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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 mandatory for any new…

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25
Jan 2019

…More than 40 million euros have been invested into the Solvation Science research programme, in which RUB is involved together with its partners. This marks the beginning of a new era for the Excellence Cluster.

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…dvanced Modules Advanced Modules 2016 17TH - 20TH OF MAY 2016 Between May 17 and May 20 the GSS Summer School 2016 took place. The first two lecture days focused on the role of the solvent in activity and selectivity of nanostructured electrocatalysts. The third lecture day covered theoretical aspects of solvation thermodynamics and experimental techniques for studying solvent effects on optical activity. Please see below for a list of confirmed speakers. On Friday, 20th of May the advanced module hands-on courses will take place. Name Affiliation Talk…

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