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6 Current news of Universität Zürichrss
Nano particles are a millionth of a millimeter in size, making them invisible to the human eye. Unless, that is, they are under the microscope of Prof. Madhavi Krishnan, a biophysicist at the University of Zurich. Prof. Krishnan has developed a new method that measures not only the size of ...
Physicists from the University of Zurich have discovered a previously unknown particle composed of three quarks in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) particle accelerator. A new baryon could thus be detected for the first time at the LHC. The baryon known as Xi_b^* confirms fundamental ...
Graphene is a promising material for tomorrow’s nanoelectronics devices. Precise and upscaleable methods to fabricate graphene and derived materials with desired electronic properties are however still searched after. To overcome the current limitations, Empa researchers have fabricated ...
Award for chiral intermediates production process
Professor Dr. Klaus Ditrich, who works in BASF's biocatalysis research, is to receive the "Siegfried Medal for trendsetting work in process chemistry." This renowned prize is awarded every other year by Siegfried Ltd. of Zofingen, Switzerland, in cooperation with the Organic Chemistry ...
The University of Zurich and Siegfried Ltd announced that Professor Stephen L. Buchwald of Massachusetts Institute of Technology will receive the 2006 Siegfried Medal for his achievements in process chemistry. Professor Buchwald's contributions have effected process chemistry primarily in the ...
Medalist will receive an honorarium of 10'000.- CHF
The University of Zurich (UZH), the Organic Chemistry Institute and the Laboratorium für Prozessforschung (LPF) invite for the second Siegfried Symposium. During the Symposium the internationally recognized Siegfried Medal will be awarded jointly by the UZH and Siegfried for outstanding ...