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“My favorite food is Tfina Pkaila (a traditional Jewish Tunisian recipe). The best advice I have ever been given is ‘dream it, do it!’ (Technion’s axiom) ...” This and more about Ilan Marek can be found on page 12206.
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- Sarah M. Pearsall, Christopher N. Rowley, Alan Berry
Advances in Pathway Engineering for Natural Product Biosynthesis
On the right track: Biocatalysis is an attractive alternative to traditional organic chemistry for the synthesis of natural products. In this Review, we highlight recent developments in metabolic pathway engineering and synthetic biology towards the use of wholeâ€cell microbial factories for the synthesis of these useful compounds. [Review]
- Rohana Abu, John M. Woodley
Application of Enzyme Coupling Reactions to Shift Thermodynamically Limited Biocatalytic Reactions [Minireview]
- Xiaofan Liu, Yanping Wang
The Asymmetric Synthesis of Tetrahydrolipstatin [Focus Review]
- Yolanda Piñeiro, Zulema Vargas, José Rivas, Manuel Arturo López-Quintela
Iron Oxide Based Nanoparticles for Magnetic Hyperthermia Strategies in Biological Applications [Microreview]
- Jacinthe Gagnon, Katharina M. Fromm
Toxicity and Protective Effects of Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles (Nanoceria) Depending on Their Preparation Method, Particle Size, Cell Type, and Exposure Route [Microreview]
- Woo Kyung Cho, Sung Ho Yang
Bio-Inspired Formation of Silica Thin Films: From Solid Substrates to Cellular Interfaces [Microreview]
- Hugo Voisin, Carole Aimé, Thibaud Coradin
Understanding and Tuning Bioinorganic Interfaces for the Design of Bionanocomposites [Microreview]
- Michael F. Croisant, Ryan Van Hoveln, Jennifer M. Schomaker
Formal Dyotropic Rearrangements in Organometallic Transformations [Microreview]
October 06, 2015
Angewandte Chemie 42/2015: Science as a Bridge between Israel and Germany
This special issue features a wide range of articles that highlight research by German and Israeli scientists. In their Editorial, H. Schwarz, I. Willner, and I. Marek discuss how fruitful scientific collaborations have been established between Germany and Israel over the past 50 years. C.-H. Lu and I. Willner review DNA-functionalized nano- and micromotors for controlled release. A second review is contributed by J. R. Khusnutdinova and D. Milstein on metal–ligand cooperation, and a third Review (by J. P. Wagner and P. R. Schreiner) deals with London dispersion in molecular chemistry.
In the Communications section, H. Schwarz et al. write on the mechanistic differences in the H-atom transfer from methane and water by a heteronuclear oxide cluster (see picture). U. Banin et al. report on size-dependent ligand layer dynamics in semiconductor nanocrystals. F. Diederich et al. present halogen-bonding molecular capsules, and L. Addadi et al. explain the mechanism of color change in the neon tetra fish.
A Cube from the ”Uranium Burner”
Forensic investigation of uranium from German nuclear projects from the 1940s
In Germany in the 1940s, a variety of projects was launched to develop technical applications for the nuclear fission of uranium. Historical uranium samples from Germany have now undergone forensic investigation by an international team of researchers. As reported in the journal Angewandte Chemie, they were able to confirm the authenticity of the samples and to show that no self-sustained nuclear chain reaction was achieved in experiments of the time.
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