News Archive - 2018
LMU researchers analyze the rotation of a molecular motor using ultrafast spectroscopy and quantum mechanical calculations.
DNA is tightly packed into the nucleus of a cell. Nevertheless, the cellular machinery needs to constantly access the genomic information. An LMU team now reveals the inner workings of a molecular motor made of proteins which packs and unpacks DNA.
The Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy has developed a new format for its mentoring program.
Not only can synthetic molecules mimic the structures of their biological models, they can also take on their functions and may even successfully compete with them, as an artificial DNA sequence designed by LMU chemist Ivan Huc now shows.
Dr. Lucas Jae, independent group leader at the LMU Gene Center since 2016, has received Germany’s most important prize for junior scientists today!
Try out current research yourself: the school's lab has been successfully launched
Chemist Ivan Huc creates artificial folded molecular architectures called ‘foldamers’.
LMU researchers have visualized the complex interplay between protein synthesis, transport and modification.
From April 6th to 8th, 30 young and established scientists from China, Germany and neighboring countries will meet at LMU to present their research in the field of nanopharmaceuticals.
April 6-8, 2018, Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
LMU researchers have developed a method that enables cell-surface receptors to be switched on and off at will. The technique promises to provide new insights into receptor functions and their effects on intracellular signaling pathways.
Scientists at LMU and TUM have developed a novel electric propulsion technology for nanorobots. It allows molecular machines to move a hundred thousand times faster than with the biochemical processes used to date.
RNA was probably the first informational molecule. Now LMU chemists have demonstrated that alternation of wet and dry conditions could have sufficed to drive the prebiotic synthesis of the RNA nucleosides found in all domains of life.
Photonic crystals comprising very few layers of 2D-nanosheets and nanoparticles or two alternating nanosheet materials represent a new generation of ultrathin humidity sensors. NIM chemist Prof Dr Bettina Lotsch and her team have developed functional colorimetric sensing materials with increased sensitivity, better optical quality and reduced production cost.
Am Freitag, den 02.03.2018 findet der jährliche Schüler-Info-Tag 2018 für alle an Chemie oder Pharmazie interessierten Schüler statt.
Freitag, 23.02.2018, Fakultät für Chemie und Pharmazie