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Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.2015, 54, No. 49, 14616–14616.
Joseph S. Francisco
International Scientific Collaborations: A Key to Scientific Success
“ … Cross-cultural collaboration, when it works, is synergistic, and brings understanding between partners that neither is likely to be able to develop alone. There are people in the world that know something, but nobody knows everything. International collaborations in science bring together and capitalize on the dispersal of knowledge and resources across the globe, and the human desire to advance knowledge …” Read more in the Editorial by Joseph S. Francisco.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 10.1002/anie.201505267
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- Seunghwa Lee, Jaeyoung Lee
Electrode Build-Up of Reducible Metal Composites toward Achievable Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide
Finding the active species: Electrochemical conversion of CO2 into high-value compounds by using oxidized metal electrode structures offers superior catalytic activity, selectivity, and stability. Previous studies and current, differing points of view on the utilization of reducible metal composites are discussed. The approaches could hopefully help in the development of catalysts rationally designed for the CO2 electrolysis and ultimately complete carbon-recycling systems. [Minireview]
- Andrea Pinto, Lucia Tamborini, Gregorio Cullia, Paola Conti, Carlo De Micheli
Inspired by Nature: The 3-Halo-4,5-dihydroisoxazole Moiety as a Novel Molecular Warhead for the Design of Covalent Inhibitors [Concept]
- Reece D. Crocker, Thanh V. Nguyen
The Resurgence of the Highly Ylidic N-Heterocyclic Olefins as a New Class of Organocatalysts [Concept]
- Georgios Rotas, Nikos Tagmatarchis
Azafullerene C59N in Donor–Acceptor Dyads: Synthetic Approaches and Properties [Minireview]
- Su Chen, Qihao Wu, Qingqing Shen, Hong Wang
Progress in Understanding the Genetic Information and Biosynthetic Pathways behind Amycolatopsis Antibiotics, with Implications for the Continued Discovery of Novel Drugs [Minireview]
- Xiang Li, Hong Yan, Qiang Zhao
Carboranes as a Tool to Tune Phosphorescence [Concept]
- Girolamo Mincuzzi, Alessandro L. Palma, Aldo Di Carlo, Thomas M. Brown
Laser Processing in the Manufacture of Dye-Sensitized and Perovskite Solar Cell Technologies [Review]
- Rebecca Sure, Jan Gerit Brandenburg, Stefan Grimme
Small Atomic Orbital Basis Set First-Principles Quantum Chemical Methods for Large Molecular and Periodic Systems: A Critical Analysis of Error Sources [Review]
Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2015
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2015 was awarded jointly to Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar "for mechanistic studies of DNA repair". Find out more.
November 24, 2015
Angewandte Chemie 49/2015: More Desirable
In this issue, A. E. Wendlandt and S. S. Stahl review the quinone-catalyzed selective oxidation of organic molecules. How can the stoichiometric use of quinones be replaced with more desirable reagents? In a Minireview, B. Yang et al. discuss non-conjugated cross-linked polymer dots without fluorophores. The Highlight deals with natural-product therapeutics against parasitic diseases (C. Hertweck).
In the Communications section, A. Schaller et al. present dirigent proteins from cotton for the synthesis of gossypol (see picture). L. Lindfors et al. uncovered a nuclei breeding factory responsible for the secondary nucleation in crystal growth. J. Lee et al. report on the electrocatalytic production of C3-C4 compounds by conversion of CO2 on a biphasic Cu2O-Cu catalyst. W. Zhang et al. succeeded in the direct trifluoromethylthiolation and perfluoroalkylthiolation of C(sp3)–H bonds.
Make Your Own Cell Survival Kit!
Synthetic glycopolymers in the membrane hold up programmed cell death
Glycoproteins such as the mucins are assumed to be heavily involved in oncogenesis and metastasic spread. They are part of a strategy developed by malignant cells to resist or dodge the cell death machinery specialized for cells that show insufficient signaling through adhesions. Developing models for the mucins is very challenging, but American scientists have now synthesized glycopolymers that are not only recycled in the membrane, but also prolong the lifetime of healthy cells, as described in the journal Angewandte Chemie.
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