Luck of the Draw: Serendipitous Self-Assembly in Cluster Coordination Chemistry

Cooperative action of transition metals Transition metals can exhibit unique chemical, redox, magnetic or spectroscopic properties. For this reason, they play central roles in a large variety of fields, ranging from catalyzing crucial biological reactions to constituting the basis of information processing and recording. Since the pioneering work of Nobel Prize winner, Prof. Alfred Werner, […]

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Research Highlights: Coffee, Chromatography and more

It’s open access week and we want to highlight some of the excellent research from MDPI authors that you can read completely for free. This is the first of several posts this week highlighting recent papers that were rated highly during the review process. The first selection, mostly from the field of chemistry, includes some […]

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Brain Jelly – An Organic, Brain-Like Computer without Circuits or Logic Gates

The human brain is the most powerful computer the world has ever seen. With its 86 billion neurons [1], less than originally thought (~100 billion, a myth of unknown origin [2]), the human brain is still at the top of the list and capable of remarkable feats, not only as far as computing power is […]

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