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Genotoxins discovered for the first time using a novel method
Vegetable oils rich in unsaturated fatty acids are highly recommended for a healthy diet. But these oils are not as healthy as thought: Prof. Dr. Gertrud Morlock, holder of the Chair of Life Sciences at Justus Liebig University Giessen (JLU), together with PhD student Daniel Meyer, has for the ...
Generation of flavor-active compounds by electrochemical oxidation of limonene
As oranges are peeled, they spray a tangy, citrus scented oil into the air. The main compound in the fragrant mist is limonene, which can be collected from discarded peels and used in flavorings, perfumes and all-purpose cleaners. Now, researchers reporting in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and ...
Analysis points the way to more durable iridium electrodes
Green hydrogen is expected to play a central role in the energy industry of the future: Among other things, it can replace oil and gas as energy carriers and also enable emission-free production of steel and cement. For an efficient hydrogen economy, however, the production of the ...
"Corals are the first organisms to be discovered as a living sink for microplastics in the ocean"
Reef-building corals permanently incorporate small plastic particles into their calcium carbonate skeleton – study in marine aquaria of the University of Giessen provides first evidence of organisms that remove microplastics from the environment in the long term Increasing numbers of tiny ...
Using the smallest "construction set" in the world, a research team is designing new materials for computer chips, light-emitting diodes and solar cells
They are 50,000 times thinner than a human hair, and just a few atoms thick: two-dimensional materials are the thinnest substances it is possible to make today. They have completely new properties and are regarded as the next major step in modern semiconductor technology. In the future they could ...
Transforming Infrared into Visible Light
Researchers have developed a compound that can transform near-infrared light into broadband white-light, offering a cheap, efficient means to produce visible light. The emitted light is also exceedingly directional, a desirable quality for devices like microscopes that require high spatial ...
Company establishes international competence network with outstanding experts from academic research
At a kick-off meeting in Ludwigshafen, BASF and its partners launched the research network electrochemistry and batteries. The declared aim is to jointly address fundamental questions relating to materials, components and systems for electromobility and electricity storage. “In developing the ...
New study from Giessen University
A recent study carried out on behalf of LANXESS has demonstrated the effectiveness of the disinfectant Preventol CD 601 against the swine flu viral strain. “The test results from Giessen University show that Preventol CD 601 can also play a major role in the fight against swine flu, which has now ...