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28
Jul 2020

…ss and healthcare”, E-Confidence for short, runs for one and a half years. Precise analyses calibrate wearables “Our vision is to register the smallest deviations in the biomarker profile and use them for personalised medicine,” says Nicolas...

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27
Dec 2018

… (both in electrochemistry), as well as the Programme Plus 3 of the Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation.  4. RESOLV secures more third party funding. In addition to the new main funding as cluster, in 2018 RESOLV received by the EU the approval for the...

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… He is completely independent of RESOLV and the GSS. If you have any issues or problems, feel free to visit him in his office.  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…

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14
Apr 2018

… provided insights into the work of so-called ABC transporters. These proteins play an important role in the drug resistance of tumour cells and bacteria. The researchers within the groups of Prof Dr Lars Schäfer and Prof Dr Enrica Bordignon, who...

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07
Dec 2018

… cooperation between the teams from Bochum, Duisburg-Essen, and Erlangen-Nuremberg led by Professor Karina Morgenstern, Dr. Cord Bertram, Professor Uwe Bovensiepen and Professor Michel Bockstedte, which is currently being continued within the...

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… in German, but by following the instructions  you will still be able to check your qualifications) you hold an A grade Masters or Diploma Degree ("very good" equivalent to min. 1.5) in chemistry, physics, biochemistry, engineering, or a related discipline you have sound knowledge of Solvation Science, especially in the chosen research field you have very good English skills (equivalent to level B2, oral and writing, certified) your last final exam has taken place during the last six years at the time of the nomination (January 2021) you have not resided in Germany for more than fifteen…

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22
May 2019

… famous fullerene is the C60, a football-shaped object of 60 carbon atoms. Despite these molecules being of technological relevance, for example in organic solar cells and medical research, chemists find it difficult to tinker with fullerenes,...

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17
Apr 2018

… investigating the reaction of carbon dioxide with acetylene to synthesize the platform chemical butanediol. This would be an economically and ecologically advantageous entry to C4 chemicals. However, the process must be vastly improved to allow...

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… in sufficient quantities, which they require to make proteins. Fertiliser contaminates groundwater “Not only does fertiliser cost a lot of money, but it also gets into groundwater if it is not absorbed by the plants,” explains Nicolas Plumeré, member of the cluster of excellence Ruhr explores solvation (Resolv). As nitrate is converted to harmful nitrite by bacteria, it must be removed from drinking water. This, in turn, leads to additional costs borne by the public purse. A drop of plant juice is enough Under the umbrella of the ERC Starting Grant, Plumeré, together with Tobias Vöpel, developed the…

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… of Physical Chemistry II, RUB 4 FTIR Microscopy Havenith, Martina, Dept. of Physical Chemistry II, RUB 5 Microcalorimetry applied to the characterization of protein stability, interaction and solvation Herrmann, Christian, Dept. of Physical Chemistry I, RUB 6 Isothermal Calorimetric Titration (ITC) in Supramolecular Chemistry: Role of Entropy, Counterions, Solvent and Temperature Huber, Stefan, Dept. of Organic Chemistry I,…

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