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13.05.2019

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Computing Chip that Works Like a Brain

Researchers from the Universities of Münster (Germany), Oxford and Exeter (both UK) have succeeded in developing a piece of hardware which could pave the way for creating computers which resemble the human brain. The network is able to “learn” information and use this as a basis ...

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10.08.2018

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Researchers Develop New Reaction Path

A team of researchers at the University of Münster and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg have presented a new chemical reaction path which may prove to be of interest both for research and for the production of active ingredients in medicines.

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10.08.2018

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Researchers Develop New Reaction Path

A team of researchers at the University of Münster and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg have presented a new chemical reaction path which may prove to be of interest both for research and for the production of active ingredients in medicines.

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29.08.2017

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Formulation of Fluorinated Molecular Rings Has Great Impact on Development of New Molecules

Chemists led by Prof. Frank Glorius from the University of Münster have developed a new and practical synthetic method for the formation of fluorinated three-dimensional “saturated” molecular ring structures. This development can have great importance for the efficient production...

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29.08.2017

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Formulation of Fluorinated Molecular Rings Has Great Impact on Development of New Molecules

Chemists led by Prof. Frank Glorius from the University of Münster have developed a new and practical synthetic method for the formation of fluorinated three-dimensional “saturated” molecular ring structures. This development can have great importance for the efficient production...

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09.09.2015

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Inspired by the chemistry of the eye: A New Catalytic Process

Spot on a new catalytic process to produce isomers: Münster University chemists have succeeded in turning to their advantage a chemical reaction which takes place in the eye and enables us to see light and dark. It can be used to create important carbon compounds which need a lot...

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15.05.2015

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Scientists Identify Key Proteins in the Formation of Rubber

How is the rubber contained in a dandelion’s milky white fluid formed? A team led by scientists from Münster University and from the Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology, IME, (Münster branch), has now identified proteins which play a key role in the pro...

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