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Explaining Chemistry: How Do Nuclear Plants Work?

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15 March 2011 – General introduction in how nuclear plants work

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What is a Yoctosecond?

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05 April 2016 – How many yoctoseconds are in a second?

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Intrigued by Chemistry Through Simple Experiments

Author: Vera Köster, Georg Schwedt, Reinhold Weber

01 March 2016 – Professor Schwedt about the thrill of using simple experiments to easily and clearly describe chemistry

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Fresh Wind in the Austrian Young Chemists Section

Author: Simon Albertini, Emanuel Ehmki, Stefan Felderer, Simon Hofer, Veronika Huber, Elisabeth Mairhofer, Martin Wieser

02 February 2016 – Strong team represents young chemists towards the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH), the chemical industry, and the public

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Chemistry is Everywhereclosed

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01 February 2016 – Participate in the photo contest of the European Young Chemists' Network (EYCN) "Photochimica 2016"

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Tips for Writing Better Science Papers: Conclusions (6b)

Author: Richard Threlfall

05 January 2016 – The conclusion may well be the last part of your paper that a referee reads, so how do you end on a convincing note?

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Working for the JCF – The Young Chemists’ Forum of the German Chemical Society

Author: Vera Koester, Michael Linden, André Augustin, Torsten John, Carmen Schrapel

03 November 2015 – Members of the national board about the work and aims of the JCF and their personal motivations

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Doctorate Holders, Steer Your Career

Author: Bérénice Kimpe; Association Bernard Gregory (ABG)

06 October 2015 – Help for PhD degree holders to achieve a smooth transition into the business sector

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Using Chemistry to Support Global Sustainability

Author: Vera Koester, Zoey R. Herm

01 October 2015 – Dr. Zoey R. Herm, winner of the Reaxys PhD Prize, on her research, fascination for chemistry, and future plans

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The Challenge for German Chemistry Teachers

Author: Olaf Goeke

28 September 2015 – Advanced courses in chemistry: Essential for the future of chemistry in Germany

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What is a Dibaryon?

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01 September 2015 – Any idea?

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