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The discovery of diverse ices in the darkest, coldest regions of a molecular cloud measured to date has been announced by an international team of astronomers using the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope.
Title: Bending the rules of PAH hydrogenation: The case of corannulene
Authors: Mirko Leccese, Rijutha Jaganathan, Laura Slumstrup, John D Thrower, Liv Hornekær, Rocco Martinazzo
Mie Andersen and Raffaele Cheula receive a 2.6 million DKK grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation
A popular review of spontaneously electric materials was recently published in Aktuel Naturvidenskab.
Ewine and Liv give a public talk on Building Planets and Life in Space and in the Laboratory
Ewine van Dishoeck has received the Niels Bohr International Gold Medal from HM The Queen at Carlsberg Academy
James Webb Space Telescope deliver astounding images of the Orion Nebula revealing star forming disks around young stars.
Researchers from Aarhus and Berlin have developed a new algorithm that can teach computers to predict how complex molecules will bind to the surface of catalysts.
In this paper we study, experimentally, the interaction of neutral 6, 13 - pentacenequinone and pentacene with H-atoms and compare their reactivity and reaction products using temperature-programmed desorption combined with quadrupole mass spectrometry.
The dawn of a new era in astronomy is here as the world gets its first look at the full capabilities of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope
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Speaker: Stephanie Cazaux
Title: Icy moons in our solar system: from laboratory to space missions
Raffaele Cheula, Florian Brix and Richard Balog
Andreas Møller Slavensky, Aarhus University
Anita Schneiker, Leiden University
The Catalytic Space