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1.65 million euro go to biochemistCells under stress

  • von Dr. Alexandra Nießen
  • 16.08.2019

Dr. Doris Hellerschmied has received the Sofja Kovalevskaja-Award to be worth 1.65 million euros. She will establish an independent research group at the UDE to examine how cells react to molecular forms of stress.

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Video of a phenomenonStanding waves that won’t stand still

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 12.08.2019

Everything is known about it – they thought. There is nothing surprising any more – they thought. But then physicists from the UDE discovered a new kind of standing waves that just won't stand still.

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Dynamics in quantum dotsSmallest measurable processes recorded individually

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 29.07.2019

Physicists at UDE have succeeded in seeing individual electrons jump into a quantum dot. With this great success in basic research, they have read out the maximum information from a system.

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UDE/CENIDE

Self-organizing moleculesNanorings with two sides

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 22.07.2019

The tiny rings that chemists at the UDE create in the laboratory are as small as a bacterium. Self-organized, individual polymer chains form the flexible structures. They can even squeeze themselves through cell membranes and deliver active substances precisely.

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Patent pending for processProduction of catalyst in one single step

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 15.07.2019

Nanometer-thin carbon walls with embedded platinum particles, manufactured in just one step: This is what a good catalyst material looks like! UDE's physicists Dr. Nicolas Wöhrl and Sebastian Tigges have registered a patent for their manufacturing method.

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Study finds potential long-term toxicity Major HIV drug calls for vigilance

  • von Milena Hänisch
  • 21.06.2019

A study lead by researchers at the Institute of HIV Research, Medical Faculty of UDE and University Hospital Essen, stumbled over a potential toxicity of integrase inhibitors.

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RUB/Kramer

CatalysisHigh reaction rates even without precious metals

  • 19.06.2019

Precious metals are often efficient catalysts. But they are expensive and rare. However, it has so far been difficult to determine how efficient non-precious metal alternatives are.

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Humboldt Research Award Winner at the NETZParticles out of the flame

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 20.05.2019

Excellence achieved, great things expected to come: this is how the conditions for the Humboldt Research Award can be summarised. Award winner Prof. Hai Wang from Stanford is now spending six months researching with colleagues at NETZ.

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Self-organizing moleculesCups with attoliter volume

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 15.05.2019

Even a tiny drop would be far too much: a team from the Center for Nanointegration (CENIDE) had polymers autonomously formed into tiny cups – for possible applications in medicine or environmental technology. They published their results in "Angewandte Chemie".

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Mathematician receives high promotionERC Advanced Grant for Marc Levine

  • von Ulrike Bohnsack
  • 01.04.2019

Mathematician and UDE Professor Dr. Marc Levine is receiving one of the much sought-after ERC Advanced Grants. With these grants the European Research Council is supporting groundbreaking and visionary research.

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