Chemistry - Jul 6
The molecular gas in galaxies is organised into a hierarchy of structures. It moves along filament-like orbits to centres of gas and dust where it is compressed into stars and planets. To better understand this, an international team of astronomers led by Dr Jonathan Henshaw from the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy and Dr Diederik Kruijssen from the Center for Astronomy at Heidelberg University examined gas movements on various size scales. The scientists found that the gas flows through different scales are dynamically interconnected: while star and planet formation takes place in compact cores of dense gas, this process is controlled by a cascade of matter flows that begin on galactic scales.
Life Sciences - Jul 6
Life Sciences

X-ray structure analysis gives detailed insights into molecular factory - The active agents of many drugs are natural products, so called because often only microorganisms are able to produce the complex structures.

Chemistry - Jul 2

It is one of the key technologies for high-performance batteries of the future: the lithium metal battery (LMB).

Health - Jul 6

Large-scale study with more than 4000 participants at ZIEL - Institute for Food & Health - The composition and function of bacteria in the human intestine - the so-called gut microbiome - changes as the day progresses.

Economics - Jul 2

International group of researchers with members from Freie Universität Berlin describes the growth strategies of plant roots.

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Computer Science - 03.06
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