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Jens Sproß

Universität Bielefeld, Institut für Organische Chemie I

studied Chemistry at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena before receiving his doctorate from the Martin-Luther-University of Halle-Wittenberg. He has been Head of the Mass ­Spectrometry unit at the Institute of Organic Chemistry I, Bielefeld University, since June 2012. His research work focuses on protein analytics using HPLC and mass spectrometry and actively addresses new applications for monolithic stationary phases.

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The Third Dimension

Proteins play a fundamental role in our day-to-day lives. Thanks to proteins we can speak, move about and think; they protect us from disease and repair damage to our bodies. Proteins are (…)

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    Up to now, if scientists wanted to study blood cells, algae, or bacteria under the microscope, they had to mount these cells on a substrate such as a glass slide. Physicists at Bielefeld and Frankfurt Universities have developed a method that traps biological cells with a laser beam enablin ... more

    Hot electrons point the way to perfect light absorption

    Light-absorbing films can be found in many everyday applications such as solar cells or sensors. They are used to convert light into electrical current or heat. The films literally trap the light. Although such absorber films are applied widely, scientists still do not know which mechanism ... more

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    The Third Dimension

    Proteins play a fundamental role in our day-to-day lives. Thanks to proteins we can speak, move about and think; they protect us from disease and repair damage to our bodies. Proteins are also becoming more popular as active pharmaceutical ingredients: in 2012, the market share of biopharma ... more

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