Though solvation is central to chemistry as well as to many biophysical systems there is still much to learn about the way these interactions occur on a molecular level. With recent advances in a range of technologies allowing us to observe these processes in more and more detail, a more comprehensive understanding of Solvation Science is becoming more possible. Developments in this area would not only allow us to optimize chemical engineering processes but may provide the key for understanding the way proteins interact in the body, and why they go wrong in diseases like Alzheimer’s. For this purpose seven institutions in the Ruhr metropolitan area, have joined to form RESOLV – Ruhr Explores Solvation, a Cluster of Excellence funded by the German government, involving over 50 scientific working groups and 200 scientists working on a bottom up approach to understanding solvation.
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