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05
Jun 2019

… gate or binding high-affinity nanobodies. 2. Why are your findings important (for science and, eventually, society)? The provided structural evidence for the allosteric coupling may help developing inhibitors that stop the removal of drugs from...

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22
Jun 2017

… and Teaching at DAAD, “clusters like RESOLV build the critical mass of interdisciplinary expertise to attract the interest of high ranked international institutions, scientists and students. We try to facilitate opportunities for knowledge exchange...

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11
Oct 2018

… different effects Many molecules, such as amino acids and sugars, exist in two mirror-imaged spatial arrangements, but usually only one of them occurs in nature. "Biologically, the effect can be very different," says Christian Merten, a member of...

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24
Apr 2020

… which are mostly sufficient for a good description, but not in the case of water: The interactions in water dimers account for 75 per cent of the energy that keeps water together. Martina Havenith, head of the Bochum-based Chair of Physical...

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07
Jul 2017

… is of fundamental importance in physics and chemistry. For example electron tunneling is the basis for a very important imaging technology like the Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM). And hydrogen tunneling contributes to numerous reactions in...

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09
Jul 2018

… novel ligand systems can be synthesised in numerous ways from commercially available precursors. “It is thus easy to produce them in different versions and customise their properties to suit a certain application,” explains Däschlein-Gessner, a...

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17
Apr 2018

…osition and quantity of solvent in which the reaction took place was also crucial. “We have taken a first important step towards harnessing CO2 for the chemical industry, which would be a great economic and environmental advantage,” says Lukas...

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24
Jun 2019

…schulik “The development of non-precious metal catalysts plays a decisive role in realising the energy transition as only they are cheap and available in sufficient quantities to produce the required amounts of renewable fuels,” says Kristina...

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… About 50 groups are working in our three Research Areas: Research Area I:  Local Solvent Fluctuations in Heterogeneous Systems Research Area II: Solvent Control of Chemical Dynamics and Reactivity Research Area III:  Solvation under Extreme Conditions RESOLV Scientists Principal Investigators Participating Scientists RESOLV (2012-2018) - The scientists Prof. Dr. Walter Thiel 07 March 1949 - 23 August 2019 It is with great sadness that we inform you of the unexpected passing of Prof. Dr. Walter Thiel on Friday, August 23, 2019, at the age of 70. Prof. Thiel only recently retired from…

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… Spectroscopy Martina Havenith, Physical Chemistry, RUB 5 Isothermal Titration Calorimetry in Supramolecular Chemistry Stefan Huber, Organocatalysis and Supramolecular Chemistry, RUB 6 Modeling solvation effects on protonation equilibria Stefan Kast, TU Dortmund 7 Determining absolute configurations with vibrational CD spectroscopy Christian Merten, Chirality and Vibrational optical activity, RUB …

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