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Researchers develop complex dye molecules in three simple steps
Many people know the effect from discos when “black light” makes clothes or writing boards glow. The reason for this are so-called fluorescent dyes. They send back part of the light they are exposed to in a slightly different way and thus glow. Particularly large fluorescent molecules are often ...
Medically relevant compounds can often be found in nature. To make them suitable for drugs, they need to be isolated from their natural sources. If sufficient quantities of the agent cannot be isolated in that manner, chemical synthesis comes into play. Without chemical synthesis, many agents ...
Sediments reveal mercury pollution in Antarctica since the beginning of the industrial period
Mercury has been used and released by humans by multiple processes such as gold and silver mining and emissions of mercury to the atmosphere by coal burning, to name the most important ones. These processes have caused strong enrichment of mercury in the environment especially in aquatic systems. ...
How do bacteria cope when exposed to toxic mercury, how are they able to outlast antibiotics, and how can they be killed using so-called "suicide inhibitors?" These are but a few of the many research topics US biochemist Christopher Walsh has devoted his career as a scientist to. Walsh will be ...
Stefanie Kind, PhD student at the Institute of Biochemical Engineering of the Technische Universität Braunschweig, was awarded with the prestigious “Young Metabolic Engineer Award” During the Metabolic Engineering Conference in Jeju, South Korea, an international jury selected five most excellent ...
Merck KGaA, Applied Materials, Inc. and Braunschweig University of Technology (TU-BS) announced that they have been awarded a grant by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) to develop processes to lower the cost of manufacturing organic light-emitting diode (OLED) lighting. ...
DFG funds 2 major instruments to test components made of fiber-reinforced composites
Two novel testing facilities for materials research will be provided to the Technical University of Braunschweig and Hamburg University of Technology by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation). For the first time in a university environment, these two major ...