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For the high-throughput screening of catalysts in parallel reactors a novel gas chromatographic technique was developed at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung combining information technology and chemical analysis. Utilizing multiplexing in chromatographic separations the obtained information is maximized and the time of analysis is minimized. more
Recent applications of molecular dynamics simulations are presented, which afford detailed insights into the dynamics of chemical processes. Examples comprise structure and dynamics of vanadium and uranium complexes in aqueous solution, as well as the enantioselectivity of a lipase-catalyzed saponification, optimized by directed evolution. more
The aim of the project is to make selected historical sources focusing on the history of art and urban culture in Italian cities fully accessible and searchable in digital form. In the first phase of the project, travel guides and inventories of the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries as well as the collection of drawings of Florentine heraldry housed at the Art History Institute in Florence will be digitized using the newest data technology. These sources will ultimately be integrated into a larger network structure, fostering an interchange that allows a wide variety of information to be accessed through a main portal. more
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