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Biocatalysts are large protein molecules. The actual reaction takes place only at a small centrepiece. But the rest also plays a role.
A team of neuroscientists is thinking beyond the box of everyday research routine and argues for more interdisciplinary cooperation.
When four scientists discuss apples: Three scientific guests and their academic host pass the barriers between disciplines with the formal language of logic.
One manufacturer has been outclassing the competition in this ranking for years.
Why Facebook appeals to materialists.
In collaboration with the chip manufacturer Intel, IT experts at RUB are researching into security solutions of tomorrow.
This Forum admits only the top scientists from Africa, and now RUB is also represented.
Many customers are good hagglers. The right management style is needed for the salesforce to counteract this.
Processes in the micrometre range play a crucial role when it comes to forming large sheets of metal into a car roof.
Engineers from Bochum and Duisburg-Essen are developing a technology that is partly only known from films.
The origins of a tumour are relevant for correct treatment. Proteins provide a clue.
15 minutes – that was all the time Michael Senske had to impress the jury with his doctoral thesis. It was enough.
Cosmic radiation originates under the most extreme conditions that space has to offer. However, researchers do not know much about it yet. A new telescope facility is about to change that.
Telescopes used in gamma astronomy are extremely sensitive, as astrophysicist Julia Tjus knows from experience.
Buildings, streets and shops are not the only things that change over time, people do too. Their sense of identity changes as much as their urban perceptions and dreams.
Cities need electricity – but not continuously while it’s being generated by wind or sun. Engineers study ways of storing excess capacity in a sustainable manner.
RUB is becoming ever more popular among researchers from overseas. What the figures show in the ranking is confirmed by two researchers from the USA in an interview.
Wind power stations are partially controlled via mobile phone networks. This carries risks.
There is not much room in cells. The molecules are tightly packed. Does this influence their function? And do experiments have to take this influence into account?
Computer simulations and experiments with cells have yielded promising results.