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Improved Low-Toxicity Explosives


06 April 2017 – 1,2,4,5-Tetrazine-bis-1,2,4-triazoles as energetic materials with improved sensitivity and thermostability

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Manganese-Catalyzed Allylation


05 April 2017 – Earth-abundant metal catalysis combines C–H and C–C bond activation

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Translational Oncolytic Virotherapy

Author: Ann-Christin Hau

04 April 2017 – Novel approach to restrict genetic-engineered therapies to malignant tissues

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Superconductivity in Stacked Nanosheets


03 April 2017 – Interface superconductivity in randomly stacked tantalum(IV) sulfide nanosheets

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Silk Fibroin for Better Wound Healing


02 April 2017 – Biomaterial shows safe and effective wound healing in animal models and clinical trial

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Isoquinolone Synthesis with Palladium Nanoparticles


01 April 2017 – Oxidative annulation of benzamides with alkynes

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Lens-Shaped Polymer Particles

Author: Georg R. Meseck

31 March 2017 – Seeded emulsion polymerization via a sacrificial polymer yields homodisperse anisotropic particles

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Together Must Be The Motto in Europe


30 March 2017 – Dr. Kurt Bock about innovation and growth in Germany, importance of the EU, and what to learn from Asia and the US

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MoS2 Membrane for Molecular Sieving

Author: Georg R. Meseck

29 March 2017 – Layered molybdenum disulfide selectively sieves small organic vapor molecules

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Targeting Kinases in Leukemia

Author: Ann-Christin Hau

28 March 2017 – Selective allosteric ABL1 inhibitor as a potential therapeutic agent for the treatment of leukemia

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