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02/04/2023
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  • Making molecular vibrations more detectable
    In molecules, the atoms vibrate with characteristic patterns and frequencies. Vibrations are therefore an important tool for studying molecules and molecular processes such as chemical reactions. A...
  • Mini-sensors against the overfertilisation of soils
    According to a report by the EU Commission, over 60 percent of agricultural soils in the European Union are overfertilised. The consequences are soil acidification, polluted waters, reduced biodive...




  • Atomistic picture of platinum catalyst degradation
    Degradation of platinum, used as a key electrode material in the hydrogen economy, severely shortens the lifetime of electrochemical energy conversion devices, such as fuel cells. For the first tim...
  • New NMR methods for analysing molecular structures in more detail
    Chemistry and structural biology use the standard methods of NMR spectroscopy (NMR = nuclear magnetic resonance) to examine the structure of molecules including large molecules like proteins in sol...
  • News from the cell membrane
    The red mould Neurospora crassa belongs to the group of sac fungi and serves researchers as a common model organism that allows a comparatively simple analysis of genetic information and the functi...
  • Nanoscale gradient copolymers with contradictory properties
    Materials that simultaneously have contrasting properties - for example, they are soft on the one hand and hard on the other, the transition is gradual - could enable completely new applications li...


  • Setting new standards in solids analysis
    How badly plants are affected by contaminated soil, what the sea floor can reveal about past climate periods, or what yield an ore mine could deliver in future - an analysis of the chemical composi...
  • One of the world's fastest cameras films motion of electrons
    During the conversion of light into electricity, such as in solar cells, a large part of the input light energy is lost. This is due to the behaviour of electrons inside of materials. If light hits...