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“If I were not a scientist, I would be a peasant leading a carefree life. My favorite food is Chinese chives stir-fried with egg. ...” This and more about Jianwei Sun can be found on page 10401.
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- Pankaj Mishra, Senthil R. Ayyannan, Gautam Panda
Perspectives on Inhibiting β-Amyloid Aggregation through Structure-Based Drug Design
New horizons in biospace: Although the utility of structureâ€based drug design principles in devising ways to inhibit Î²â€amyloid aggregation with small molecules is still in its early stages, there are unexplored avenues that can be taken in this regard. Herein we discuss the current state of the art in this field of developing drugs to combat Alzheimerâ€²s disease. [Minireview]
- Sara Fahs, Yogita Patil-Sen, Timothy J. Snape
Foldamers as Anticancer Therapeutics: Targeting Protein–Protein Interactions and the Cell Membrane [Review]
- Roberto J. Brea, Michael D. Hardy, Neal K. Devaraj
Towards Self-Assembled Hybrid Artificial Cells: Novel Bottom-Up Approaches to Functional Synthetic Membranes [Concept]
- Chun Kiang Chua, Martin Pumera
Carbocatalysis: The State of “Metal-Free” Catalysis [Minireview]
- Jose Cleiton S. dos Santos, Oveimar Barbosa, Claudia Ortiz, Angel Berenguer-Murcia, Rafael C. Rodrigues, Roberto Fernandez-Lafuente
Importance of the Support Properties for Immobilization or Purification of Enzymes [Review]
- Roberto Ricciardi, Jurriaan Huskens, Willem Verboom
Nanocatalysis in Flow [Review]
- Shao-An Hua, Ming-Chuan Cheng, Chun-hsien Chen, Shie-Ming Peng
From Homonuclear Metal String Complexes to Heteronuclear Metal String Complexes [Microreview]
- Marcus Merkel, Krisana Peewasan, Stefanie Arndt, Damian Ploschik, Hans-Achim Wagenknecht
Copper-Free Postsynthetic Labeling of Nucleic Acids by Means of Bioorthogonal Reactions [Minireview]
August 27, 2015
Angewandte Chemie 36/2015: Material, Heal Thyself
In this issue, S. R. White et al. review biomimetic self-healing. How did scientists, inspired by nature, create synthetic materials that can regenerate their mechanical integrity and specific functions after damage? In a Minireview, I. J. S. Fairlamb discusses redox-active NOx ligands in palladium-mediated reactions. The Highlights deal with microbes living in human bodies (H. B. Bode) and iterative synthesis (J. Hartwig and A. Kirschning).
In the Communications section, C. J. Yang et al. demonstrate how to translate molecular recognition into a pressure signal to enable portable biomedical analysis (see picture). L. S. Cederbaum et al. describe a barrierless single-electron-induced cis-trans isomerization. P. Chen et al. succeeded in nickel-catalyzed cyclopropanation reactions with NMe4OTf and n-BuLi, and C. A. Seipp et al. report on aqueous sulfate separation by crystallization of sulfate–water clusters.
Sodium Batteries for Use in Smart Grids?
New high-performance electrode material for sodium full cells
The requirements for batteries used in stationary energy storage are nothing less than long lifecycle, low cost, high safety, high efficiency, and high operating voltage. Replacing lithium with sodium would be an option to reduce costs massively, and in the journal Angewandte Chemie, Chinese and Japanese scientists report the development of a high-performance sodium fuel cell based on a bipolar, sodium-containing electrode material, which exhibits very promising characteristics towards large-scale applications.
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