COVID-19 & winter term 2020/21

 Talks & Events



Bacteriophages are still a relatively unknown component of the human microbiome. However, they can...

Press release, Research

While participating in the 9th European Sensory Science Society (E3S) Symposium "Taste of...

Awards & Honours

A factor that turns malignant tumors into benign ones? – That is exactly what scientists at St. Anna...


BOLD-100/KP1339 is a ruthenium-based anticancer agent that has been decisively co-developed at the...

Research, Press release

Resveratrol is a plant compound found primarily in red grapes and Japanese knotweed. Its synthetic...


Experimental microbially assisted chemolithotrophy provides an opportunity to trace the putative...

Forschung, Press release

The Faculty's mission

Why Chemistry?

All matter is made of chemicals. Chemistry therefore has a central position within the natural sciences. In addition, we live in a scientific-technical civilization in which chemistry makes an important contribution to improving our quality of life, e.g. through the development of novel substances or active agents. The faculty is committed to a fundamental broad education in the field of chemistry and to the special development of its focal research areas. [more]