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Noteworthy: 85th Birthday: Herbert W. Roesky

Author: (Photo: Biswarup Ganguly, wikimedia commons, CC BY 3.0)

06 November 2020 — Renowned German inorganic chemist known for his work on fluorine compounds

85th Birthday: Herbert W. Roesky

Spotlight: 50th Anniversary: Death of Margaret D. Foster

Author: Catharina Goedecke (Image Credit: Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, [LC-DIG-npcc-00520])

05 November 2020 — First female chemist to work for the U.S. Geological Survey; also recruited to work on the Manhattan Project

50th Anniversary: Death of Margaret D. Foster

Noteworthy: 70th Birthday: Barbara Elvers


04 November 2020 — Former Editor-in-Chief of Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

70th Birthday: Barbara Elvers

Interview: Borders of Cycloaddition and Chemistry of Frescos

Author: Vera KoesterORCID iD, Karl Anker JørgensenORCID iD Photo: © Lars Kruse, AU Photo

03 November 2020 — Karl Anker Jørgensen, Aahus University, Denmark, on his research, Roald Hoffmann, and the chemistry of frescos

Borders of Cycloaddition and Chemistry of Frescos

Research Highlight: Slit-Shaped Micropores for CO2 Capture

Author: Roswitha HarrerORCID iD

03 November 2020 — A new synthetic hybrid clay mineral efficiently and selectively captures carbone dioxide from gas streams

Slit-Shaped Micropores for CO<sub>2</sub> Capture

Research Highlight: Biodismantling Electronic Waste

Author: David BradleyORCID iD

03 November 2020 — Bioleaching technology used to remove electronic components from printed circuit boards

Biodismantling Electronic Waste

Industry Roundup: Development of Biotech Crops

Author: Vera Koester

03 November 2020 — Worldwide increase of commercially genetically modified (GM) plants

Development of Biotech Crops

Quiz/Game: Guess the Chemist (107)


03 November 2020 — Can you guess the famous scientist from the description?

Guess the Chemist (107)

Focus: Sir Hans Adolf Krebs (1900 – 1981) – Part 1

Author: Klaus RothORCID iD

03 November 2020 — Discoverer of the citric acid and urea cycles forced to leave Nazi Germany in 1933

Sir Hans Adolf Krebs (1900 – 1981) – Part 1

Bulletin: Root Bacterium to Fight Alzheimer's Disease

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

02 November 2020 — Rhizolutin dissociates β and tau aggregates

Root Bacterium to Fight Alzheimer's Disease
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