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Topics in focus: Antibiotic resistance and the “laboratory of the future”
Current questions and approaches in analysis are in the focus of the analytica conference, which will take place from October 19 to 23, 2020, in the context of analytica virtual in a purely digital manner. In 31 sessions, which will be broadcast repeatedly in order to enable participation in all ...
Approximately 95% of all smartphone and tablet displays are based on liquid crystal technology. Merck is the global market and technology leader in liquid crystals, coming in large-size flat screen TVs, as well as in mobile phones, digital cameras and much more. In order to maintain a competitive ...
Professor Klaus Müllen, director at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P) in Mainz, was honored with the Adolf-von-Baeyer commemorative medal by the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, the German Chemical Society (GDCh). The society therewith acknowledged Müllen's outstanding ...
Global production of phosphorus fertiliser could peak and decline later this century, causing shortages and price spikes that jeopardise world food production, five major scientific societies warn. Unless action is taken, the crisis will come at a time when the earth’s population surges past nine ...
Chemistry enables a sustainable future and a “green lifestyle”
When opening the International Year of Chemistry in Germany, leading delegates from science, industry and trade union highlighted major contributions from chemistry to a good quality of life. Clean water and air, safe foods and effective medicines: many global challenges to humankind cannot be ...
Am 19. März 2001 hat die Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh) im Leipziger Gewandhaus drei hochrangige deutsche Chemiepreise verliehen. Den Wilhelm-Klemm-Preis erhielt der Berliner Wissenschaftler Professor Dr. Konrad Seppelt, mit dem Horst-Pracejus-Preis wurde Professor Dr. Günter Helmchen aus ...