Latest publication from the Fromm Group!
Fromm Group has just published a paper in the scientific journal Inorganic Chemistry entitled "Sequential Multiple-Target Sensor: In3+, Fe2+, and Fe3+ Discrimination by an Anthracene-Based Probe". Congratulations!
Congratulations to Dr. Serhii Vasylevskyi
Congratulations to Dr. Serhii Vasylevskyi who successfully defended his PhD Thesis "Advances in the Development of New Luminescent Supramolecular Assemblies from Polyaromatic Ligands". Dr. Vasylevskyi…
Outreach Coordinator Dr. Sofia Martin Caba talks to magazine Universitas
Dr. Sofia Martin Caba, Outreach Coordinator of Chemistry Department, The National Center of Competence in Research (NCCR) Bio-Inspired Materials and Master Coordinator of The Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI),…
Professor Katharina Fromm represents Swiss National Science Foundation in Japan
Professor Katharina Fromm represents the Swiss National Science Foundation at the STS Forum in Kyoto during a bilateral meeting with the Japan Science and Technology Agency
Congratulation to Dr. Fiorella Lucarini
Congratulation to Dr. Fiorella Lucarini who successfully defended her PhD Thesis "A New Family of Polypyridyl Co(II) Complexes Based on Hexa- and Heptadentate Ligands for Photoinduced H2 Production" in…
Last Publications from Prof. Stefan Salentinig Group
pH-Responsive Nano-Self-Assemblies of the Anticancer Drug
Nobel Laureate Randy Schekman gives the 2019 Weizmann Lecture
Professor Katharina Fromm welcomed Randy Schekman, Nobel Prize laureate in Physiology or Medicine in 2013
Congratulations to Subhajit Pal from Kilbinger Group for his Swiss Chemical Society travel award!
Congratulations to PhD student Subhajit Pal from Kilbinger Group who has been one of the selected PhD students who win a "2019 Chemistry Travel Award"! He has been selected among huge response to the call for…
Latest Publication from Kilbinger Group!
Kilbinger Group has recently published an article in prestigious journal Nature Chemistry; "Catalytic living ring-opening metathesis polymerization with Grubbs' second- and third-generation catalysts".…