Manufacturing mussel-based underwater adhesives for healing bone fractures with the help of reprogramed intestinal bacteria / spin-off planned
Dioxygen activation on ceria catalysts: the importance of substrate crystallographic orientation / new publication in the journal Angewandte Chemie by Joachim Sauer and coworkers.
New Research Highlight by UniCat Professor Kallol Ray and former BIG-NSE fellow Ines Monte Perez in the international edition of the journal Angewandte Chemie.
The synthesis and characterization of a hexanuclear cobalt complex involving a nonheme ligand system, supported on a Sn6O6 stannoxane core are reported by the UniCat groups of Holger Dau, Peter Hildebrandt, and Kallol Ray.
"Unifying Systems in Catalysis" (UniSysCat), the succession project of UniCat, is qualified for submitting a full proposal.
The National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina awarded bio-physicist and UniCat professor Peter Hegemann the Mendel medal.
The section fluorine chemistry of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh) has awarded the Publication Award Fluorine Chemistry on 13th September 2017 during the one week meeting GDCh Science Forum Chemistry in Berlin. The awardees are UniCat professor Dr. Nediljko Budisa from TU Berlin and professor Dr. Beate Koksch from FU Berlin.
Junior Research Group leader Johannes Teichert will be supported by the German Research Foundation within the framework of the Emmy Noether Program.
New research highlight: Holger Dau, Holger Dobbek, Athina Zouni, and coworkers reveal structural insights into the light-driven auto-assembly process of the water-oxidizing Mn4CaO5-cluster in photosystem II.
New hot paper of Matthias Driess and coworkesrs in Angewandte Chemie: A highly active iron diselenide electrocatalyst was prepared at low temperature from a bioinspired 2Fe-2Se molecular complex. The catalyst was applied to bifunctional oxygen and hydrogen evolution reactions, as well as overall water splitting. The nature of active sites and structure–activity relationships of the electrocatalyst were uncovered.