Dr. Maria Escudero Escribano new Clara Immerwahr awardee

We are pleased to congratulate this year's awardee, Dr. Maria Escudero Escribano from University of Copenhagen, DK.

The Award ceremony will take place on May 3 2019. Please check here for more details.

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UniSysCat researchers have developed hierarchically porous covalent organic frameworks (COFs) for the first time. The work results from the interdisciplinary collaboration between the groups of Arne Thomas (Functional...

We are honored to congratulate Robert Bittl as 2019 Awardee of the silver medal in physics/materials from the International EPR (ESR) Society

"ENERGY IN MOTION @TU Berlin" is an exhibition in the old library, located on the 3rd floor in TU Berlin´s main building. It deals with present and future aspects of energy production.

Today eleven high-school students participated in the workshop 'The Chemistry Reactor in the Cell - Our research turns living cells into industrial plants'. ”We are delighted about the strong interest in UniSysCat’s research....

“Jugend forscht”: Two young students (11th class) from the Romain-Rolland-Gymnasium in Berlin-Reinickendorf get support from a BIG-NSE student in order to improve their "Jugendforscht" project. Today they won the 1st price...

A collaborative study of two UniSysCat groups of the principal investigators Patrick Scheerer (Charitè-Universitätsmedizin Berlin) and Peter Hegemann (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) showed the structure-based design and...

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The transfer of knowledge and technologies between academia and industry has established itself in various industrial branches as an effective way of promoting junior researchers and innovative product and business ideas. As...

We are honored to congratulate Peter Hegemann as 2019 Rumford Prize Awardee for his extraordinary contributions related to the invention and refinement of optogenetics.

Two UniSysCat research groups joined their efforts to obtain experimental evidence for vibrational energy transfer in proteins. In computer simulations, mapping energy transfer is fairly easy - but experimental evidence is...

In a joined collaboration, the groups of Lauterbach and Nestl designed an enzymatic cascade for the H2-driven synthesis of nitrogen-heterocycles.

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Unifying Systems in Catalysis (UniSysCat) is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) under Germany´s Excellence Strategy – EXC 2008/1– 390540038