So-called lock-and-key interactions, i. e., the preferred association of molecular building blocks with complementary shapes, are omnipresent in biology, where they for example describe the interactions between enzymes and their...
Professor Emeritus Gunnar Karlström and PhD Fei Xie are awarded prizes.
A group of researchers at Lund University in Sweden have made the first iron-based molecule capable of emitting light. This could contribute to the development of affordable and environmentally friendly materials for e.g. solar...
Research presented on the cover of Soft Matter.
Marie Skepö (PI), has in collaboration with Lise Arleth and Kresten Lindorff-Larsen at University of Copenhagen, and Jens Preben Morth at University of Oslo, been awarded 6.8 MNOK for studying the structure of membrane proteins...
Theoretical Chemistry announces two new intensive courses in Statistical Thermodynamics in the spring of 2017 (from end of March to beginning of June).
Researchers from the Chemistry Department participate in a new project that has been granted 28 MSEK support by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.
Multiconfigurational Quantum Chemistry provides a timely and in-depth overview of this modern methodology that enhances our understanding of atomic states and structures in molecular systems. The content will unlock the potential...
Expensive metals may be replaced in the production of solar cells.
"Lightening Bridges”, Lund University, Sweden, August 17-19, 2016.
Research presented on the cover of the Journal of Physical Chemistry B.
Knowledge of the properties of proteins right down to atomic level is essential for making it easier and faster for the pharmaceutical industry to manufacture protein-based drugs in liquid form. Over the next four years, a joint...