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Chemistry Connects – WiFo2015

08 September 2015 – The largest and most important scientific event of the GDCh, the Wissenschaftsforum (WiFo 2015) took place in Dresden

The Saccharin Saga – Part 1

01 September 2015 – The invention of the first artificial sweetener and a lifetime battle for credit

Chemistry and Light Contest: Enter and Win

04 August 2015 – You are invited to write an essay and may win an iPad


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ORCID – Unique Author Identifier

06 October 2015 – Alice Meadows, Communications Director ORCID, about the value of ORCID for researchers and organizations


Replacing Vaccine Injections with a Tablet

06 October 2015 – Dr. Adrian Sprenger, Bionicure, talks about injectable drug depots and the challenges of science start-ups

Behind the Science

New Production Concepts in the Chemical Industry

06 October 2015 – Dr. Barbara Boeck, Editor-in-Chief of Chemie Ingenieur Technik, talks to Dr. Stefan Lier, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany


The Saccharin Saga – Part 2

06 October 2015 – The early industrial production and organized smuggling of saccharin


Guess the Chemist (46)

06 October 2015 – Can you guess the famous scientist from the description?

Research Highlight

Chemical Indicator for Alkylating Agents

06 October 2015 – Towards a real-time sensor for carcinogenic alkylating agents


Gottfried Schatz (1936 – 2015)

05 October 2015 – Gottfried Schatz, renowned biochemist, has passed away

Event Highlight

Chemistry in Austria

29 September 2015 – Largest bi-annual conference of the GÖCH (Austrian Chemical Society) took place in Innsbruck


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Nobel Prize in Physics 2015

06 October 2015 – Takaaki Kajita, Japan, and Arthur B. McDonald, Canada, have been awarded for showing that neutrinos have mass

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Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2015

05 October 2015 – William C. Campbell, USA, Satoshi Ōmura, Japan, and Youyou Tu, China, who transformed the treatment of parasitic diseases, awarded

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Light-Driven Motorized Nanocar

04 October 2015 – Nanocar with inbuilt way to track its movement synthesized


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Who's Next? Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2015

08 September 2015 – Make your predictions for the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry


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EYCN: Ten Years Connecting Young Chemists

01 September 2015 – Founded in 2006, today the European Young Chemists’ Network (EYCN) represents 26 chemical societies from 22 different countries


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Writing Science Well

07 April 2015 – Dr. Andrew Moore talks about successful communication, how to attract reader attention and what got him interested in writing


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Career: As a Chemist Working as Independent Consultant in China

07 April 2015 – Dr. Kai Pflug, CEO of Management Consulting – Chemicals in Shanghai, China, talks about what aspects he deals with in his job


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Science Symposium: Sustainable Urban Living

10 November 2015 – Affordable solutions in mobility, construction and water management


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Schüttgut & Recycling-Technik in Höchstform

30 September 2015 – Am 4. und 5. November 2015 öffnen die Fachmessen Schüttgut & Recycling-Technik für die Besucher in Dortmund die Pforten. Dabei wird das Angebot der Fachmessen erstmals von 450 Ausstellern präsentiert.

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