News overview

Prof. Dr. Beatriz Roldán Cuenya, director at the Fritz-Haber-Institut Berlin has recently been named a new member of the Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina. Congratulations from UniSysCat!

On the 7th of March 2024, UniSysCat group leaders met to discuss the proposal for the coming funding period of the German Excellence Strategy.

The Berlin Clusters of Excellence, the Berlin University Alliance and Berlin politicians came together to talk about the importance of academic research for the city.

Under the motto “Catalyzing Diversity in Science”, UniSysCat researchers discussed opportunities for improvement regarding diversity and discrimination.

On the 12th of January, the general assembly of UniSysCat elected a new speaker team representing the new direction of the cluster: Welcome to the new members Prof. Dr. Juri Rappsilber and Prof. Dr. Maria Andrea Mroginski!

Researchers from UniSysCat and from the University of Aix Marseille met for an international exchange in the field of "gas-converting metalloenzymes" and to discuss new cooperations.

Congratulations to Dr. Meera Mehta from the University of Manchester! She was awarded for her outstanding research, dedication and the significant impact she has made in the area of catalysis.

UniSysCat researchers suggest a cost-effective solar-driven hydrogen production method in a new Nature publication. A coupled process improves economic viability by creating a valuable chemical alongside hydrogen.

Scientists from Oxford came to Berlin to discuss with UniSysCat members the catalysis of future collaborations.

Read the article in “Süddeutsche Zeitung” about the latest activities of Benjamin Steininger (UniSysCat) and Alexander Klose a.k.a. the research collective “Beauty of Oil”.