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Insights into how EuChemS works by the new president Floris Rutjes, Radboud University, The Netherlands
Ilja Voets, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, received the most important Dutch chemistry prize
Highlights of the most important chemistry congress in the German-speaking world
Pascal Jonkheijm, University of Twente, The Netherlands, honored
Royal Netherlands Chemical Society honors achievements in improving chemistry’s image in society
Sjors Scheres honored for work on structure determination without crystals
Award for the best research report written by a master student in the field of chemistry, life sciences, or process technology
J.-W. Toering, Director of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society, talks about his motivation, the Society's challenges, his future plans for it
Major Dutch prize presented to Geert Kops by the Royal Dutch Chemical Society
f-Element Chemistry is the topic of the June EurJIC Cluster Issue edited by Gerd Meyer, University of Colone.
New computer simulations may help in the design of efficient molecular wires.
X. Zhang and H. Schwarz shed light on the mechanistic aspects of catalytic processes and make a systematic and comprehensive overview possible.
How to find TNT! A new chemosensor-based approach for the detection of nitrated aromatics gives hope to guide future developments.
Chemical energy generates hydrogen and electricity: a new process to be used in fuel cells for mobile applications.
Read the latest ChemMedChem article of Nicolas Winssinger, speaker at the Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium.