Talks & events


Global Women’s Breakfast

When: 14.2.2023, 8:45

Where: Seminar room 2


Joint Workshop on the Organic Chemistry of Sulfur (JWOCS-23)

When: 27.-28.2.2023

Where: Carl Auer von Welsbach Hörsaal


When: Mon, 13.03.2022, 16:00

Where: Loschmidt lecture hall & streaming



Giorgia Del Favero investigates the effect of chemical and physical impulses on cells. The...


"IrrevoChrom" project is one out of total eleven recently granted FFG spin-off fellowships that will...


Organic electrochromic materials change colour with an electric current and have many applications...

 Papers of the week

Advanced Materials: Christian Becker, Dennis Kurzbach et al.

Understanding Self-Assembly of Silica-Precipitating Peptides to Control Silica Particle Morphology, DOI: 10.1002/adma.202207586

Acta Crystallographica Section C - Structural Chemistry: Annette Rompel et al.

+++ One of the top 12 most-read research articles in the journal in the last six months +++ Synthesis and characterization of the 'Japanese rice-ball'-shaped Molybdenum Blue; DOI: 10.1107/S2053229622003369

Angewandte Chemie - International Edition: N. Maulide et al.

Direct Synthesis of α-Amino Acid Derivatives by Hydrative Amination of Alkynes; DOI: 10.1002/anie.202212399

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Composition of images obtained via structured illumination microscopy and laser confocal microscopy at the Core Facility Multimodal Imaging. From left to right: colloidal microrods, appearance of mitochondrial superoxide in THP-1 macrophages, activity profiling of metallodrugs on tumor spheroids, fluorescent nanocrystals, interaction between mesoporous silica nanocarriers and intestinal microbiome. © Core Facility Multimodal Imaging