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2018.01.11 |

Breakthrough in solar driven organic synthesis using cheap catalyst

Researchers from the groups of Flemming Besenbacher and Nina Lock at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO) at Aarhus University and Synfuels China Technology Co. Ltd. demonstrate the commercial potential of solar driven N-N coupling reactions in a new study published in Nature Communications.

A picture of dark sunspots and bright diffuse faculae (best seen around the edges). The study shows how the larger mix of heavy elements leave the spots unchanged, while increasing the contrast of the bright diffuse faculae. Photo: NASA / SDO

2018.01.18 |

Special star is a Rosetta Stone for understanding the sun's variability and climate effect

A new study of a star almost identical to the Sun brings us closer to understanding the physical mechanism behind the solar cycle, and could help us understand how the Sun affects our climate.

2018.01.03 |

Researchers reveal dual role for human RNA decay factor

Rearchers at Aarhus University have characterized the human RNA decay factor ZC3H18 and discovered its unanticipated role in the production of protein-coding RNA. The new study, published this week in Cell Reports, therefore reveals a double-faced activity of ZC3H18 in nuclear RNA fate decisions.

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