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Some autoimmune diseases attack the nerves in the arms and legs. Bochum-based researchers are pursuing a new approach to counteracting this damage.
Old Yellow Enzymes have been known for almost 100 years, but their function in organisms has remained largely in the dark. A Bochum-based research team published first findings on microalgae.
Novel methods enable us to produce countless new materials in one step and to analyse them promptly.
Pascal Sasdrich will be funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft with 1.3 million euros for his project CAVE.
Their voice provides an indication of the profit expectations of enterprises. A team from Bochum is using artificial intelligence to investigate this phenomenon.
A genetic modification can make hydrogen-producing enzymes more stable.
The reaction principle requires no expensive and toxic metals. In addition, it enables the production and subsequent transformation of a chemical reagent that was previously only known as an unstable, fleeting species.
The shape of nanoparticles is a decisive factor in their efficiency as catalysts for the production of green hydrogen.
The toxic cyanide molecule attacks H2-generating enzymes, but at the same time provides new insights into catalysis.
Julia Wolf analyses the importance of pretend play for exploring the development of social cognition.
Researchers unveil a brand new concept for switches with unprecedented speed.
Researchers from Bochum are particularly quick at finding security vulnerabilities in IT systems. Their trick: they focus on the essentials.
A study shows that it’s mainly the booster shot that helps.
The absence of a certain serotonin receptor supports the reduction of previously learned fear responses.
WHO formulations can be quickly and easily prepared at home.
New insights into the function of mitochondria reveal interfaces between the nervous and immune systems.
Bronchial constriction is what makes many lung diseases like asthma so dangerous. Researchers have discovered a new signalling pathway that causes the airways to widen.
The ever-growing burden of mental illness poses an increasing challenge for society, and the development of psychological interventions via the traditional route is simply unable to keep pace.
If a fungus has to take a circuitous route to achieve cellular respiration, it lacks the energy to build fruiting bodies.
Systematic review of 32 studies with 1.3 million participants uncovers new connections between the thyroid and the heart.