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Research Highlight: Rubik's Cube Made Soft

Author: Roswitha HarrerORCID iD

03 September 2019 — Functioning macroscopic "Rubik's Cube" made from hydrogels

Rubik's Cube Made Soft

Research Highlight: Targeting Tetravinylallene

Author: David BradleyORCID iD

03 September 2019 — First chemical synthesis of tetravinylallene (3,5‐divinylhepta‐1,3,4,6‐tetraene)

Targeting Tetravinylallene

Research Highlight: Efficient, Heat-Stable Organic Solar Cells

Author: Roswitha Harrer

06 August 2019 — Thermally stable organic solar cell based on an unusual combination of small molecule donor and polymer acceptor

Efficient, Heat-Stable Organic Solar Cells

Research Highlight: A Sweet Solution to Reducing Plastic Pollution?

Author: David Bradley

06 August 2019 — Fully biodegradable sugar-based polymers

A Sweet Solution to Reducing Plastic Pollution?

Research Highlight: A Safe Way to Nitriles

Author: Roswitha Harrer

02 July 2019 — Asymmetric hydrocyanation of alkenes without cyanide reagents gives synthetic chemists more pleasure in synthesizing nitriles

A Safe Way to Nitriles

Research Highlight: Printing on Water

Author: David Bradley

02 July 2019 — Inkjet printing of self-supporting structured objects onto liquid surfaces

Printing on Water

Research Highlight: Transition-Metal-Free Synthesis of Phenanthridinones

Author: David Bradley

04 June 2019 — First phenanthridinone synthesis that progresses via a direct C–H amidation under visible-light irradiation

Transition-Metal-Free Synthesis of Phenanthridinones

Research Highlight: Single Cells Get Their Shells

Author: Roswitha Harrer

04 June 2019 — Nanocomposite exoskeleton makes mammalian cells more resilient and incorporated inorganic building blocks provide many possibilities

Single Cells Get Their Shells

Research Highlight: Impurities in Plastic Can Spoil Your Quantum Dot Emissions

Author: Roswitha Harrer

07 May 2019 — Accidental contamination of substrates and polymer films gives wrong signals

Impurities in Plastic Can Spoil Your Quantum Dot Emissions

Research Highlight: Two-Faced Buckyballs

Author: David Bradley

07 May 2019 — One-pot synthesis for Janus-type fullerenol derivatives developed

Two-Faced Buckyballs
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