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Chemistry - Physics - 17.04.2024
Tracking electrons with attosecond lasers

Chemistry - Physics - 15.04.2024
European Research Council awards Armido Studer an Advanced Grant
European Research Council awards Armido Studer an Advanced Grant

Chemistry - Physics - 11.04.2024
ERC Advanced Grant: 2.5 Million Euros for Tobias Brixner
ERC Advanced Grant: 2.5 Million Euros for Tobias Brixner

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 11.04.2024
Sonja-Verena Albers and Oliver Einsle both receive an ERC Advanced Grant
Sonja-Verena Albers and Oliver Einsle both receive an ERC Advanced Grant

Campus - Chemistry - 09.04.2024
New President of the University of Jena elected
New President of the University of Jena elected

Chemistry - Campus - 08.04.2024
Fuels from Solar Energy
Fuels from Solar Energy

Health - Chemistry - 26.03.2024
Acetylation: a time-keeper of glucocorticoid sensitivity
Understanding the regulatory mechanism paves the way to enhance the effectiveness of anti-inflammatory therapies and to develop strategies to counteract the negative effects of stressand age-related cortisol excess.

Physics - Chemistry - 25.03.2024
Switching molecules with quantum mechanics
Switching molecules with quantum mechanics

Chemistry - Environment - 06.03.2024
'It's great to be back'
’It’s great to be back’

Chemistry - Health - 28.02.2024
Budgetary powers and democracy, molecular machines produce new materials, search for the key building blocks for the biosynthesis of anti-cancer drugs
Budgetary powers and democracy, molecular machines produce new materials, search for the key building blocks for the biosynthesis of anti-cancer drugs

Chemistry - Materials Science - 26.02.2024
New Consortium Aims to Develop More Sustainable Sodium-based Batteries
New Consortium Aims to Develop More Sustainable Sodium-based Batteries

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 20.02.2024
Where Neural Stem Cells Feel at Home
Where Neural Stem Cells Feel at Home
Injuries in the central nervous system heal poorly because cavities scar. Researchers hope to remedy this problem by filling the cavities in such a way that stem cells feel comfortable in them.

Chemistry - Environment - 13.02.2024
Funding of basic research for green energy of the future

Health - Chemistry - 02.02.2024
Early departure from the Excellence Strategy competition

Materials Science - Chemistry - 01.02.2024
Novel Batteries and Neural Networks
Novel Batteries and Neural Networks

Chemistry - Physics - 22.01.2024
Tailoring chemical bonds
Solids can exist in two structurally very different phases: the crystal phase and the glass phase. While the short-range order of the atoms in both phases is generally very similar, only the atoms of the crystal have a long-range order. The similarity of the short-range order is attributed to the similarity of the chemical bonding between the atoms in both phases.

Chemistry - Innovation - 18.01.2024
Chemist Ryan Gilmour receives ’ERC Proof of Concept Grant’

Chemistry - Materials Science - 11.01.2024
Developing new types of batteries sustainably
Developing new types of batteries sustainably

Sport - Chemistry - 21.12.2023
Four apprentices among the very best in their training year
Four apprentices among the very best in their training year

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 08.12.2023
Study Award for a New Building Block in the Drug Toolbox
Study Award for a New Building Block in the Drug Toolbox
Simon Schröder has worked out how enzymes can be used to more easily form the desired bond between two nitrogen atoms.

Chemistry - Event - 29.11.2023
Chemist from the University of Münster receives 'Paracelsus Prize 2024'
Chemist from the University of Münster receives ’Paracelsus Prize 2024’

Campus - Chemistry - 24.11.2023
Universitätsgesellschaft Bonn presents prizes for outstanding doctoral theses and student initiative
Universitätsgesellschaft Bonn presents prizes for outstanding doctoral theses and student initiative

Chemistry - Physics - 24.11.2023
Plant Phenotypes and Nano-Metals - Two New Collaborative Research Centers for the University of Potsdam
Plant Phenotypes and Nano-Metals - Two New Collaborative Research Centers for the University of Potsdam
Researchers from the Faculty of Science at the University of Potsdam submitted two successful proposals for Collaborative Research Centers to the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Chemistry - Materials Science - 23.11.2023
Two million euros for investigating the processes in batteries
Two million euros for investigating the processes in batteries

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 23.11.2023
ERC Grant for Heidelberg Scientist Murat Sünbül
ERC Grant for Heidelberg Scientist Murat Sünbül
European Research Council supports work at the Institute of Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology For the development of new technological foundations that allow for the precise decoding of interactio

Chemistry - Life Sciences - 13.11.2023
Prestigious award for pioneering work in nucleic acid research
Prestigious award for pioneering work in nucleic acid research

Chemistry - Environment - 26.10.2023
Directed evolution of catalysts for the energy transition
Directed evolution of catalysts for the energy transition
Catalysts should be efficient and durable. To find them, four teams are systematically working together on new concepts.

Chemistry - Environment - 26.10.2023
TUM and Clariant renew strategic partnership
TUM and Clariant renew strategic partnership

Chemistry - Environment - 25.10.2023
Nature-like Photosynthesis - Publication Prize 2023 of Leibniz-Kolleg Potsdam for Stefano Mazzanti
Nature-like Photosynthesis - Publication Prize 2023 of Leibniz-Kolleg Potsdam for Stefano Mazzanti
Carbon neutral fuels? Artificial Photosynthesis as future technology? All possible, as shown by the research of Stefano Mazzanti.

Computer Science - Chemistry - 24.10.2023
New supercomputer accelerates cutting-edge research
New supercomputer accelerates cutting-edge research
Ever larger data volumes, more complex calculation and modeling methods: In many fields of research, large amounts of data play an important role.

Chemistry - Campus - 24.10.2023
Nobel Prize Winner Benjamin List Receives Honorary Doctorate from Freie Universität Berlin

Chemistry - Event - 15.09.2023
Holger Braunschweig Receives Frederick Hawthorne Award
Holger Braunschweig Receives Frederick Hawthorne Award

Chemistry - Career - 11.09.2023
Chemist from the University of Münster receives 'Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award'
Chemist from the University of Münster receives ’Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award’

Materials Science - Chemistry - 06.09.2023
'This format makes networking easier'
’This format makes networking easier’

Chemistry - Physics - 05.09.2023
Charalampos Pappas receives ERC Starting Grant
Charalampos Pappas receives ERC Starting Grant

Chemistry - Environment - 22.08.2023
'Chemistry is essential for our society'
’Chemistry is essential for our society’

Chemistry - Life Sciences - 08.08.2023
Why Are We Unable to Create Life in the Lab?

Chemistry - Materials Science - 10.07.2023
Developing the batteries of tomorrow together
Developing the batteries of tomorrow together
The BACCARA research school focuses on interdisciplinarity in the training of young scientists The International Graduate School of Battery Chemistry, Characterization, Analysis, Recycling and Applic

Chemistry - Research Management - 06.07.2023
European Academy elects chemist from the University of Münster
European Academy elects chemist from the University of Münster

Chemistry - Physics - 28.06.2023
Advancing quantum technology with spintronics

Physics - Chemistry - 27.06.2023
The challenge of energy supply
The challenge of energy supply
Whether photovoltaics, geothermal energy, electrolysis for water splitting or a self-built wind turbine: At a four-day Science Camp at the TU Ilmenau, 20 students from the national Excellence School Network MINT-EC dealt with various aspects of energy supply from June 19 to 22. In small groups and supported by staff and student tutors, they explored from various technical perspectives how we can use our energy resources optimally and responsibly in the future.

Chemistry - Innovation - 21.06.2023
New institute is coming to Jena
New institute is coming to Jena

Chemistry - Environment - 20.06.2023
Research prize for chemist at Göttingen University
Research prize for chemist at Göttingen University

Astronomy / Space - Chemistry - 15.06.2023
Using the tools of chemistry to search for life in space
Using the tools of chemistry to search for life in space
Phosphorus is one of the building blocks of life and has never been discovered beyond Earth. Scientists from Germany, Japan and the USA have now proven that phosphorus salts can be found in an ocean under the ice of Saturn's moon Enceladus and have published their findings in the journal Nature. Among them is Bernd Abel from the Institute of Technical Chemistry at the University of Leipzig.

Health - Chemistry - 13.06.2023
Using 'Mini-Organs' to Study Disease
Using ’Mini-Organs’ to Study Disease
University of Bonn appoints two new Argelander Professors specializing in organoid biology Two new assistant professors at the University of Bonn are setting out to develop "mini-organs" in order to study metabolic and disease mechanisms. Elena Reckzeh is using these so-called organoids to identify new drug candidates, while Ana Ivonne Vazquez-Armendariz hopes that they can give her a better understanding of lung disease.

Chemistry - Physics - 06.06.2023
Asmis honoured with van 't Hoff Prize
Asmis honoured with van ’t Hoff Prize

Physics - Chemistry - 06.06.2023
When Light Meets an Atom
When Light Meets an Atom
When light hits matter, the interactions depend primarily on the material and the intensity of the light source - a flashlight merely illuminates a stone, while a high-powered laser can burn a hole in it.

Health - Chemistry - 01.06.2023
Researching diabetes and pancreatic cancer with miniature organs
Researching diabetes and pancreatic cancer with miniature organs
NewIn: Matthias Hebrok In this issue of "NewIn," we introduce Matthias Hebrok. The professor of Applied Stem Cell and Organoid Systems and director of the new TUM Center for Organoid Systems (COS) creates organ-like structures from stem cells.

Chemistry - Earth Sciences - 31.05.2023
Creation in the laboratory
Creation in the laboratory
One thing is certain: life on Earth emerged very early in the history of planet Earth. There are few concrete answers to the questions of how and where the first organic molecules were formed.

Chemistry - 26.05.2023
Rainer Streubel Given Honorary Doctorate in Spain
Rainer Streubel Given Honorary Doctorate in Spain
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