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Designing Printable Medicinal Products

29 September 2014 – Dr. Zimmermann, Chemical Engineering & Technology, talks to Professor Rantanen, University of Copenhagen, about his recent article

Renewable Energy Trends in 2013

02 September 2014 – Renewables comprise almost one fifth of global energy consumption

Addressing the Pharmaceutical Innovation Crisis

01 July 2014 – Interview with Rathnam Chaguturu, USA, about the current status of drug discovery in industry and academia


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Ekkehard Winterfeldt (1932 – 2014)

23 October 2014 – Ekkehard Winterfeldt, former President of the GDCh (German Chemical Society), passed away on October 11

Book Review

Computational Organic Chemistry

23 October 2014 – J. E. Hums, Germany, reviews the book "Computational Organic Chemistry" by Steven M. Bachrach


Reiner Sustmann (1939 – 2014)

22 October 2014 – Reiner Sustmann, Professor Emeritus, University of Essen, Germany, passed away last week


Against Chemical Intuition: Na3Cl and NaCl3 Do Exist

16 October 2014 – Sodium chlorides with unusual stoichiometries exist at high pressures


Guess the Chemist (34)

07 October 2014 – Can you guess the famous scientist from the description?

Clever Picture

Espresso Crema

07 October 2014 – Why does an espresso need a crema and how should it look like?

Event Highlight

Shaping Our Future with Process Engineering and Biotechnology

07 October 2014 – Snapshots of the ProcessNet Annual Conference and the 31st DECHEMA Annual Meeting of biotechnologists in Aachen, Germany

Behind the Science

Benefits of Transition-Metal-Free Reactions

07 October 2014 – Saskia Neubacher and David Peralta, ChemistryOpen, talk to Berit Olofsson, Stockholm University, Sweden, about her research


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50th Anniversary: Nobel Prize for Feodor Lynen

22 October 2014 – Feodor Lynen received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1964; answer to Guess the Chemist (34)

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ChemistryOpen Celebrates Open Access Week

21 October 2014 – October 20—26, 2014 is International Open Access Week: An event now in its 7th year highlighting the importance of Open Access

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Catalytic Nitration of Anilines

21 October 2014 – A copper-catalyzed mild nitration of protected anilines


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Developing More Environmentally Friendly Solvents

Professor J. Brennecke, Notre Dame, USA, talks about the usage of ionic liquids to develop environmentally friendly processes


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Comic Competition

12 August 2014 – Submit your cartoon and have the chance to win one of three exciting prizes


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Organometallic Chemistry Week in Japan 2014

24 October 2014 – Three Consecutive International Conferences All Related to Organometallic Chemistry


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Linda Nazar: Developing Materials for Energy Storage And Conversion

Professor Linda Nazar summarizes her research that focuses on developing new materials for energy storage and conversion


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Zweischneckenextruder wird noch effizienter

10 October 2014 – NORIS PLASTIC präsentiert erstmals den weiterentwickelten Zweischneckenextruder der Baureihe ZSC 25.

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