Apr. 27, 2015Science
X-ray crystallography is a crucial research technique for chemists who would like to investigate the structure of their compounds in solid state.So far lots of Nobel prizes have been awarded for research fundamental to or applying ...
Jul. 29, 2014Science
X-ray crystallography is the most widely applied experimental method for biomolecular structure determination and is routinely used to ascertain how a pharmaceutical drug interacts with its protein target. However, a recent study published ...
Mar. 27, 2014News
With X-rays from DESY's light source PETRA III, Danish scientists observed the growth of nanoparticles live. The study shows how tungsten oxide nanoparticles are forming from solution. These particles are used for example for smart ...
Jul. 03, 2013News
The "Horizons in Molecular Biology" symposium series aims at giving young researchers the opportunity of face to face contact with leading scientists in a stimulating cross-disciplinary environment.
Jul. 01, 2013News
Anthrax is a dangerous infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthracis and transmitted by infected farm animals. For several years now, anthrax has also been feared as a biological weapon. Attacks with ...
Jun. 14, 2012News
Anti-HIV compounds inhibit the activity of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that causes AIDS. Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute have used a powerful new chemical-screening method to find two new promising compounds.
Feb. 15, 2012News
EMBL: In this video (click here), a protein called myomesin does its impression of Mr. Fantastic, the leader of the Fantastic Four of comic book fame, who performed incredible feats by stretching his body.
May. 25, 2011News
Bruker, a provider of high-performance scientific instruments for molecular and materials research, as well as for industrial, clinical and applied analysis, celebrated the grand opening of its new Singapore Center of Excellence.
Oct. 29, 2010News
Photosynthesis is the most essential process for most forms of life on Earth. A research team led by biochemist Prof. Michael Groll (Technical University Munich) and biologist Dr. Bettina Bölter (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich) has ...
Sep. 13, 2010News
In two closely related studies, two teams of Scripps Research Institute scientists have discovered the underlying mechanisms that activate a type of immune cell in the skin and other organs. The findings may lead to the development of new ...
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