Etching is a printing technique that combines art and chemistry
The video shows how to see the yolk in the egg without destroying the egg
Research results are published not only as scientific literature, but also in the form of patents. The video shows how to read and use them
The drying process of oil-based paints can take several weeks to months or years. Why does it take so long?
We use them all the time, but what are they actually made of? How does the filter effect work?
Markus Antonietti about his research, Staudinger, Faust, the Kitchen Lab of the Max Planck Institute, and the Noodle catalyst
Marina Rodnina about her fascination for the ribosome and what she enjoys most about her job as a Director of a Max Planck Institute
Gernot Frenking about his research, surprising chemical bonds, his work in Spain and China, basic research and applications
Every Nobel Prize winner receives a medal at the award ceremony. What is it made of?
Omar M. Yaghi about his research, the discovery of MOFs, supporting young academics, and our responsibility as scientists
Peter H. Seeberger about his research, fascination for carbohydrates, changes in how to communicate science, and the possibility of autonomous, remote chemical synthesis
Herbert Waldmann about his research, big ideas, risk taking, and interdisciplinary cooperations
Stefanie Dehnen about her research, networking, how to run a successful research team, and the self-image of chemists
Petra Mischnick about her motivation to advocate for equality, the importane of role models and teaching chemistry from early on
Evamarie Hey-Hawkins about her research and enthusiasm for chemistry, and what to do with unlimited funds
Have you ever thought about what swabs are made of and how new research is improving them?
The video shows which ingredients are in a lipstick and why they are added
Of course, chemistry plays a role – the short video explains how
The short video describes which processes take place in the body during alcohol breakdown and how long this takes