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  • Elena and Matthias join our team – Welcome!

    By wichlab on March 2, 2016
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    Elena and Matthias are joining our Team – Good luck with your experiments!

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  • Welcome our NEW version of the classic Beyer/Walter – Organische Chemie

    By wichlab on October 16, 2015
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    We published our new textbook for organic chemistry! 1176 pages, 4000 chemdraws, over 10000 molecules. After being long, long in the works… our new textbook is now finally officially available!
    It is a ground up revised edition, restructured into 38 chapters covering all class of organic molecules in to areas of structure & properties, isolation & synthesis and reactions & applications. Compared to…

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  • Ira was invited to attend the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

    By wichlab on June 18, 2015
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    As one of four young scientists at JGU Mainz Ira Schmid (PhD student in our research group) was invited to participate at the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau. The focus is on the scientific exchange between Nobel Laureates and leading young scientists from the disciplines of medicine and physiology, physics and chemistry. This year 650 outstanding undergraduate students, PhD students and postdocs…

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  • Ira was selected as new member of Gutenberg Academy for Young Researchers

    By wichlab on May 4, 2015
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    The Gutenberg Academy brings up to 25 of the University’s best PhD students and artists together and provides them with the chance to participate in an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas at the highest intellectual level. They also have the possibility to interact with excellent researchers and artists of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU), who have been appointed to the academy, as well as with…

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  • Ioanna and Laura join our team – Welcome!

    By wichlab on April 19, 2015
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    Ioanna and Laura are joining us for their Bachelor thesis – Good luck with your experiments!

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  • New article about our work and biopolymers in “Nachrichten aus der Chemie” (in German)

    By wichlab on February 9, 2015
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    “Biopolymere – Baukasten der Natur”
    Nachrichten aus der Chemie, 2015, 63 (2), 128–138.

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  • Mario joins our team – Welcome!

    By wichlab on February 1, 2015
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    New visiting Phd student joins the group. Mario is joining us for four months to synthesize new core shell based carrier systems and evaluate their in vitro efficiency. Mario is working on his PhD in the group of Jørn B. Christensenat the Department of Chemistry at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark). He studied chemistry and graduated 2012 from the Universität Leipzig.
    Good luck with your…

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  • How Small Is An Atom? Spoiler: Very Small.

    By wichlab on January 24, 2015
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    Check out the latest @Kurz_Gesagt video on youtube: “How Small Is An Atom? Spoiler: Very Small.”
    Awesome animations (as usual) and a fresh take on explaining things (as usual) – Highly recommended!

    Kurzgesagt Youtube channel:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/Kurzgesagt

    http://kurzgesagt.org

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  • December 2014 – Christmas is in the air

    By wichlab on December 15, 2014
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    December had again the smell of christmas in the air. Santa brought a cute litte christmas tree to the lab. But also out lab team wasn’t shy of going with the christmas vibe (as you can see in the pictures). We concluded the month with our annual christmas dinner before the old polaroid camera blew away all seriousness.

    We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and…

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  • Lydia joins our team – Welcome!

    By wichlab on November 1, 2014
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    New Phd student joins the group. Lydia has a strong background in pharmaceutical technology and biomedicinal chemistry. Combining these skills, she is now working on new biopolymer-based nanoparticles. Lydia studied Biomedicinal Chemistry in Mainz, worked on her diploma project in Hamburg and graduated in October 2014.
    Good luck with your experiments!

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