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SARS-CoV-2 Virus

26 March 2020 – What we know about the coronavirus and COVID-19

The Smell of Asparagus Urine – Part 1

03 March 2020 – What substances cause the characteristic smell of asparagus pee?

Great People Don't Need to Show Off

04 June 2019 – EuChemS Organic Division President Gianluca Farinola about his fascination for organic chemistry and the importance of young scientists


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Behind the Science

Using Smart Tomographic Sensors in Process Control

02 April 2020 – Barbara Boeck talked to Uwe Hampel, Dresden, Germany, about controlled fluid separation with smart process tomography sensors


Which Chemist is in the Picture? – 100th Guess the Chemist

01 April 2020 – Guess who is in the picture and win one of eight power banks - anniversary contest for April


Our Owner Societies Start into a New Future

31 March 2020 – ChemPubSoc Europe becomes Chemistry Europe


Rolf Huisgen (1920 – 2020)

26 March 2020 – German organic chemist best known for the Huisgen cycloaddition


EYCN and IYCN: Connecting and Empowering Young Chemists Globally

26 March 2020 – Serving the needs of chemists in the early stages of their career


Staining Cycles for Tumor Diagnostics

25 March 2020 – Ultrafast repeated staining and destaining of cell samples


Kilian Muñiz (1970–2020)

17 March 2020 – Researcher at the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), Tarragona, Spain, passed away


Biomarker to Detect Tumor Development

16 March 2020 – Amplification and imaging of microRNA


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Distorted Nanographene Ribbons

06 April 2020 – Inclusion of a seven-membered ring in nanographene ribbons can lead to enhanced two‐photon absorption

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Angewandte Chemie 15/2020: Recharge Your Batteries

04 April 2020 – Overview of the latest issue of Angewandte Chemie

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Smart Luminescent Molecular Materials

03 April 2020 – Tunable circularly polarized luminescence in chiral gold double salts


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Things Are Just a Little Bit Harder

Nicola Gaston, University of Auckland, New Zealand, talks about fairness and equality in research


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Peter Roesky on the Art and Utility of Inorganic Synthesis

Peter Roesky, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, explains the inspiration behind his research


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How to Write Better Science Papers

Explaining scientific principles in simple and understandable language is a valuable skill: The video gives first tips


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Quiz: Chemical Processes

03 October 2017 – Do you remember which chemical process produces which substance?


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Learn from Four Nobel Laureates

13 September 2017 – View the lectures recorded at the Angewandte Festsymposium for free


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2021 Ryoji Noyori ACES Award Open for Nominations

22 January 2020 – Award recognizes outstanding work in chemistry; open for nominations until April 30, 2020

Supplier: Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES)
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Magazine of Chemistry Europe (16 European Chemical Societies)published by Wiley-VCH