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Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker e.V. (GDCh), Germany

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh) is the largest chemical society in continental Europe with members from academe, industry and other areas. The GDCh supports chemistry in teaching, research and application and promotes the understanding of chemistry in the public. The society, a registered more

VTU Engineering Deutschland GmbH, Germany

VTU-Engineering is developer, engineer and supplier of processing plants in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, oil & gas, and power industries. Their work focuses on process engineering and project management from the conceptual design to a successful start-up. Furthermore, VTU Engineering more

Chemspeed Technologies AG, Switzerland

Chemspeed is a global leader in the development of innovative instruments and consumables for scientists working in research and development laboratories including a line of fully automated parallel synthesizers, instruments for high throughput solid dispensing and liquid handling, and workstations more

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Products Chemistry

Simplify Synthesis

Monowave 50 makes chemical synthesis a simple and quick process, even under extreme temperature and pressure conditions more

Focused Microwave Synthesis with CEM Systems

Built upon CEM's Focused™ Microwave Technology and designed to automatically focus microwave energy with maximum efficiency to the reaction more

Look up Industrial Syntheses of 2,600 APIs

One-stop source of information relating to the industrial synthesis and commercial applications of every licensed drug of significance more

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Catalogs Chemistry

Materials for Thin Film Deposition and Nanomaterial Synthesis

Brochure featuring sol gel precursors for nanomaterials synthesis, CVD/ALD precursors prepackaged for deposition systems, and PVD materials. more

News Chemistry

  • Making carbon nanotubes as usable as common plastics

    Northwestern University's Jiaxing Huang is ready to reignite carbon nanotube research. And he's doing so with a common chemical that was once used in household cleaners. By using an inexpensive, already mass produced, simple solvent called cresol, Huang has discovered a way to make disperse carbon n more

  • Team achieves two-electron chemical reactions using light energy, gold

    Scientists are one step closer to building a carbon-recycling system that can harvest solar energy to efficiently convert CO2 and water into liquid fuels. By optimizing many parts of the system, the researchers say, they can now drive two-electron chemical reactions, a substantial advance over one-e more

  • Tiny spiders, big color

    There's plenty that's striking about Phoroncidia rubroargentea, a species of spider native to Madagascar, starting with their size - at just three millimeters, they're barely larger than a few grains of salt. But the reason they caught Sarah Kariko's eye had more to do with their color. Unlike many more

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Videos Chemistry

The Science of Fireworks!

Professor Chris Bishop, presenter of the 2008 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, gives a family lecture on the history of the modern firework.Through demonstrations of pyrotechnic chemistry hear how Chinese incendiaries made from honey led to the development of gunpowder; discover how the lou ... more

What Happens When You're About to Die?

This one goes out to all of our slasher flick fans out there. We love horror films here at Reactions, so in honor of all of those chased by monsters, villains, and zombies out there, we decided to take a closer look at what happens chemically in your brain and body right before you die. more

How Bacteria Make It Rain

Did you know that the ocean launches bacteria and other goo into the atmosphere? And that those particles can seed clouds? Atmospheric chemist Kimberly Prather of UCSD and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography drops some serious knowledge on us. more

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White papers Chemistry

  • "Green Chemstry" in the Laboratory

    The term "green chemistry" is commonly used to describe chemical procedures which meet specific requirements with regards to the conservation of resources and protection of the environment. The objective is to avoid undesired by-products by selecting more

  • Battery Safety (thermal runaway)

    Lithium ion battery technology offers many advantages in portable power application but one major concern is safety – thermal runaway of the device in both normal and abusive situations. In the following article, it will be shown that by means of adi more

  • DKSH Performance Materials: Introduction of new program to source products

    Even under pressure to reduce costs, effective cooperation and hard work will always find a way to fulfill expectations. Most global players in the pharmaceutical industry are facing dramatic changes: blockbuster products launched in the 1990s will l more

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Infographics Chemistry

The Atmospheres of the Solar System

We’re heading out of this world for today’s post, to examine the atmospheric compositions of the other planets in the solar system, as well as our own. Practically every other planet in our solar system can be considered to have an atmosphere, apart from perhaps the extremely thin, transient atmosph more

Twelve Famous Female Chemists

March 8 is International Women’s Day. To mark the occasion, here’s a graphic which takes a quick look at a selection of pioneering female chemists! more

Ocean Acidification:

Ocean acidification is often referred to as ‘the other carbon dioxide problem’. We’re all quite rightly concerned about the effects that rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels may have on climate, and the potential consequences of climate change are well documented: more frequent instances of extr more

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Events Chemistry

Conference
21-05 – 22-05
2018
New York, US

ICNST 2018

The ICNST-2018 scientific conference brings a new platform to share and discuss all the innovations in the Nanotech. This scientific conference brings together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspect

Course
02-06 – 03-06
2018
South Hadley, US

Nanoscale Science and Engineering for Agriculture and Food Systems (GRS)

The Gordon Research Seminar on Nanoscale Science and Engineering for Agriculture and Food Systems provides a unique possibility to establish interactions between graduate students and post-docs and to present and exchange results and cutting edge ideas in a familiar atmosphere. The topics of this m

Conference
03-06 – 08-06
2018
South Hadley, US

Nanoscale Science and Engineering for Agriculture and Food Systems

This conference establishes a new scientific forum for researchers of Nanotechnology for Agriculture and Food Systems to present and discuss cutting edge, unpublished research with other experts in the field. In appreciation of the multi-disciplinary nature of this growing field, the program include

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Job offers Chemistry

  • Regulatory Affairs Manager (m/f)

    Solvay is a major player in the chemical industry with 24,500 employees, 124 sites in 58 countries worldwide and 10.1 billion of net sales. We are currently looking for a Regulatory Affairs Manager (m/f) based in Hanover/Germany, alternatively Brussels/Belgium or Lyon/France. Join us, the people w more

  • Senior Scientist III (m/f) Analytical Development

    AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV) is a global, research-based biopharmaceutical company formed in 2013 following separation from Abbott Laboratories. The company's mission is to use its expertise, dedicated people and unique approach to innovation to develop and market advanced therapies that address some of the w more

  • Technical Sales Development & Account Executive (m/f) DACH, chemical industry

    Solvay is the global leader in hydrogen peroxide, both in market share and technology. Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is mainly used by the paper industry to bleach pulp. Its properties are also of interest to many markets like chemicals, food, textiles and the environment. Peroxides develop innovative ap more

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q&more articles Chemistry

  • Water instead of mineral oil

    Optical active substances made from chiral catalysis form the basis of many drugs. Expensive precious-metal catalysts are required for the chemical production, which due to their thermal instability decompose at high temperatures and can therefore only be used once. The innovative process of DexLeChem GmbH makes it possible for the first time to use these precious-metal catalysts made from rhodium, ruthenium or iridium more than once, without modifying them. At the same time, reaction occurs in aqueous solutions instead of mineral-oil-based solvents, which increases the sustainability of the process. This is a milestone in catalysis and a real opportunity for the pharmaceutical industry. more

  • Bridging the Valley of Death

    Most managers of pharmaceutical R&D define “translational science” as the translation of science to clinical practice by using novel means of analysis, allowing one to make inferences about the performance of a drug candidate much earlier than traditionally organized research would allow. more

  • New Trends in Computer-Aided Drug Design

    Computer-Aided Drug design (CADD) is not new. The Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design (Springer) was founded in 1987, when computers in the worldwide top 500 were slower than today’s smart phones. This makes the field a quarter of a century old. Generally, scientific disciplines of this age have become mature, the major developments have been made and procedures have become routine. more

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Authors Chemistry

  • Prof. Dr. Peter Seeberger

    born 1966, studied chemistry at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, and received his doctorate in biochemistry from the University of Colorado. After holding a post-doctorate position at the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research in New York City, he was Assistant Professor and Firmenich As more

  • Dr. Ralf Strasser

    Ralf Strasser studied chemistry at Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich. He received his doctorate in 2009 on the subject of damage recognition in DNA repair in the lab of Prof. Dr. Thomas Carell. Then, he moved to Technical University of Munich (TUM), where he worked on the synthesis of DNA prot more

  • Dr. Frank Steiner

    Frank Steiner graduated in chemistry before obtaining his doctorate in 1995 from Saarland University in Saarbrücken. This was followed by a postdoc position at the Centre d'Études Nucléaires de Saclay in France, where he worked on elemental analysis and isotope analysis with IC and IC-ICP/MS. He the more

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