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Prodrugs are substances that only release their effects once they have been metabolised. The prodrugs of the FAU research team led by Prof. Dr. Andriy Mokhir, Professorship of Organic Chemistry, are activated in the organism by means of a chemical reaction with specific molecules that contain oxygen...

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The Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 1452 - "Catalysis at liquid interfaces (CLINT)" calls for applications for an Equal Opportunity Fellowship for female students who will start their master studies at FAU in the winter semester 2021/22. Female students of the programs MSc. Chemistry and MSc. Mo...

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Molecular nitrogen (N2) is a highly stable gas with a N≡N triple bond that is among one of the strongest known chemical bonds. It reacts with hardly anything and is used as a protective gas for food storage. Being the main component of air, it is also used by plants as a nitrogen source. However, in...

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Why are the red, yellow, and blue colours used in the world’s oldest knotted-pile carpet still so vivid and bright, even after almost two and a half thousand years? Researchers at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg have now been able to uncover the secrets behind the so-called Pazyryk...

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The extent to which smear infections are responsible for the spread of the coronavirus has not yet been sufficiently scientifically clarified. The research group of Prof. Dr. Karl Mandel, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy, FAU, is investigating how infectio...

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Life on Earth is regulated by light. It is the primary energy source of the planet, it allows some species to see, and it also plays the main role in a wide variety of technological applications. In this context, functional nanomaterials that allow to tailor light-matter interactions will probably b...

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Soft X-ray microscopy is a powerful tool for characterization of various material properties in a large range of applications. It can provide insights into the nanostructure of thin organic films for solar cell or battery applications, but also reveal complex spin dynamics in novel nanomagnetic syst...