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Cutting-edge technology – research on new drugs at gigahertz magnetic field

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The University of Bayreuth supports research in the forefront of structural biology applied to molecular medicine, a field that was very successful in recent years. Scientists at this university focus, among others, on the development of antiviral drugs, novel antibiotics and strategies against allergies. These projects rely heavily on the world’s most powerful, high-resolution 1-GHz nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer, the second spectrometer of this field strength worldwide, after one that is located in Lyon/France. In contrast to the installation in Lyon, the Bayreuth spectrometer is a new generation instrument.“The potential for basic and applied research in the field of molecular medicine based on structural biology techniques at the University of Bayreuth is...Powered by WP

Start of BMBF grant research project on Tracer-Based Sorting for packaging recycling

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In Germany, 3 million tons of packaging waste is produced annually. How can high value secondary raw materials be recovered from this waste? Is it possible to produce new packaging materials from used packaging? These questions are addressed in a new research project managed by professors of the Pforzheim University. In project “Marker based sorting and recycling system for plastic packaging” (MaReK) professors Dr.-Ing. Claus Lang-Koetz and Dr.-Ing. Jörg Woidasky are collaborating with several industrial partners and one research partner in order to develop a new sorting system for plastic. The project was formally started earlier this month with a Kick-Off meeting at Pforzheim University.In Germany, 3 million tons of packaging waste is produced annually. Packaging is discarded daily in ea

The breaking point

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It is said that a weak link determines the strength of the entire chain. Likewise, defects or small cracks in a solid material may ultimately determine the strength of that material - how well it will withstand various forces. For example, if force is exerted on a material containing a crack, large internal stresses concentrate on a small region near the crack's edge. When this happens, a failure process is initiated, and the material might begin to fail around the edge of the crack, which could then propagate, leading to the ultimate failure of the material.What, exactly, happens right around the edge of the crack, in the area in which those large stresses are concentrated? Prof. Eran Bouchbinder of the Weizmann...Powered by WPeMatico

Exploring the ground truth: NASA’s twin study investigates metabolites

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You may think you're just an average Joe, but according to your metabolomics data your body is percolating some expressive information about your daily life."Metabolomics measures small molecules called metabolites that reflect the physiology of the body, and can reveal specific details about you. Researchers can...Powered by WPeMatico

Scientists discover species of dolphin that existed along South Carolina coast

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Continuing to uncover fossil evidence along the coast of South Carolina, researchers, led by a faculty member at College of Charleston, have discovered a species of extinct dolphin. The toothless dolphin, which lived about 28-30 million years ago, provides new evidence of the evolution of feeding behavior in whales (which includes dolphins).The species, named Inermorostrum xenops, lived during the same period as Coronodon havensteini, a species of ancient whale announced recently by investigators...Powered by WPeMatico

The science of fluoride flipping

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A new imaging technique helps UNC researchers study tiny, time-sensitive biological processes - the crucial underpinnings of human health and diseaseSo much of what happens inside cells to preserve health or cause disease is so small or time-sensitive that researchers are just now getting glimpses of the...Powered by WPeMatico