Talks & events

Workshop
 

Wann: 26.02.-29.02.2024

Wo: Carl-Auer von Welsbach Hörsaal (HS1), Boltzmanngasse 1, 1090 Wien

Workshop
 

IUPAC Global Women's Breakfast

When: February 27, 09:30 am

Where: Seminarraum 2

Fakultätskolloquium
 

Where: Friday, 01.03.2024, 14:00

When: Hörsaal 3 (HS3), Fakultät für Chemie, Halbstock, Boltzmanngasse 1, 1090 Wien

 News

22.02.2024
 

In 2023, the Austrian Chemical Physics Society CPG awarded Cornelia Isabella Angela von Baeckmann...

21.02.2024
 

From lab coat to business suit: Get a glimpse inside Lipid Legends’ startup journey

19.02.2024
 

Cells need ribosomes for growth. Faster growth demands more ribosomes, not only for protein...

 Papers of the week

Nature: Széliová, Müller, Zanghellini

Costs of ribosomal RNA stabilization affect ribosome composition at maximum growth rate

DOI: 10.1038/s42003-024-05815-4

Organic Letters: Nuno Maulide et al.

Ni-Catalyzed Stereoconvergent Reductive Dimerization of Bromocyclobutenes

DOI: 10.1021/acs.orglett.3c03909

Nature Materials: Michael R. Reithofer et al.

Precise control over gas-transporting channels in zeolitic imidazolate framework glasses

DOI: 10.1038/s41563-023-01738-3

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]

VIDEO SERIES "Considering this ..."

 

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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