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Clever Picture: Searching for a Vaccine

Author: Vera Koester

04 August 2020 — Picture describes what happens during vaccination and gives a snapshot of which Covid-19 vaccine candidates are in which clinical phases

Searching for a Vaccine

Quiz/Game: Your Chemistry Hero

Author: ChemistryViews.org

03 August 2020 — Who do you admire in chemistry? What makes a hero for you? – anniversary contest for August

Your Chemistry Hero

Interview: Creating Physics Phone Experiments

Author: Vera Koester, Sebastian Staacks

07 July 2020 — Interview with Sebastian Staacks, RWTH Aachen University, the creator of the app phyphox

Creating Physics Phone Experiments

Noteworthy: LGBTQ+ in STEM: Visibility and Beyond

Author: ChemistryViews.org

03 July 2020 — How scientists work hand-in-hand with their institutes to promote diversity and inclusivity

LGBTQ+ in STEM: Visibility and Beyond

Noteworthy: Most Accessed Articles: May 2020

Author: ChemistryViews.org

14 June 2020 — Highlights from Chemistry Europe, ACES, and GDCh journals

Most Accessed Articles: May 2020

Noteworthy: Where Does Cadmium in Cocoa Come From?

Author: ChemistryViews

22 May 2020 — Since the beginning of 2019, the EU has regulated how much cadmium cocoa products may contain

Where Does Cadmium in Cocoa Come From?

Editorial: The Best of Ten Years

Author: Vera Koester

21 May 2020 — What you, our readers, liked best and a big thank you to all of you

The Best of Ten Years

Interview: Youngest Board Member of the German Chemical Society

Author: Vera Koester, Katharina Uebele

05 May 2020 — Katharina Uebele on the potential of heterogeneous networks and how important the interests of young chemists are for chemical societies

Youngest Board Member of the German Chemical Society

Quiz/Game: Hazard Pictograms

Author: ChemistryViews.org

05 May 2020 — Test your knowledge about the hazard symbols and pictograms

Hazard Pictograms

Interview: Fairness and Equality in Research

Author: Vera Koester, Nicola GastonORCID iD

05 May 2020 — Nicola Gaston, the author of Why Science Is Sexist, talks about why getting equity right from first-principles is so important

Fairness and Equality in Research
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