News Archive - 2022
May 13, 2022
According to a new concept by LMU chemists led by Thomas Carell, it was a novel molecular species composed out of RNA and peptides that set in motion the evolution of life into more complex forms
May 09, 2022
The European Research Council awards three prestigious Advanced Grants to LMU scientists, among them Prof. Huc from the Department of Pharmacy
Apr 08, 2022
LMU researchers have discovered the mechanism by which the protein DELE1 detects organelle stress. This offers a possible new approach for treating neurodegenerative diseases.
Mar 31, 2022
New study in The Journal of Organic Chemistry refutes theory on transfer of light energy.
Mar 14, 2022
What happens when protein production grinds to a halt because the synthesis machine, the ribosome, stalls? LMU scientists show how bacteria detect and eliminate the error.
Mar 11, 2022
Informations on Internships and BSc/MSc/PhD positions in Chem, Biochem, Pharma and Bio at LMU: Part 2 - Microscopy, Spectroscopy, Material Science, InorganicChem and Single-molecule Imaging
Mar 10, 2022
Informations on Internships and BSc/MSc/PhD positions in Chem, Biochem, Pharma and Bio at LMU: Part 1 - Org Chem, Chem Bio, Biochem and Cell Bio
Feb 21, 2022
The LMU pharmacist has received a grant from the European Research Council (ERC) to make RNA nanoparticles inhalable and to improve their storage and transport conditions.
Jan 16, 2022
LMU chemists have shown that organocatalysts go through an evolution and could have played an important role in the emergence of life.
Jan 14, 2022
Researchers reveal that the recycling of a disease-promoting molecule through a specific ion channel is impaired in patients with the lung disease COPD.
Jan 14, 2022
LMU researchers have developed a method to extract more information from sequencing data. This will afford deeper insights into biology.
Jan 13, 2022
Panel discussion on "Energy Knowledge Transfer"
Jan 10, 2022
Four talented early-career researchers have obtained prestigious starting grants together with LMU from the European Research Council, including Prof. Daniel Merk from the Faculty for Chemistry and Pharmacy
Jan 07, 2022
LMU researchers have developed a method that allows resting human immune cells to be genetically analyzed in detail for the first time.