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Werner Rudolf Cramer über “Lila macht kleine Füße”

Wie machen unsere Augen und unser Gehirn die Welt bunt? Warum können wir kein Dunkelgelb wahrnehmen? Und was haben die Bee Gees mit Werner Rudolf Cramers Begeisterung für die Welt der Farben zu tun? Über dies und vieles mehr sprachen wir mit dem Chemiker in unserem aktuellen Book Talk.

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Xuan Grace Wang, Sajid Bashir and Jingbo Louise Liu on “Nanochemistry”

Nanomaterials are turning sci-fi into reality and offer promising avenues for a wide range of applications in science and industry. We met with the book editors of “Nanochemistry” to talk about the tiny particles with great potential.

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Bridging Chemistry with Art – How We Put the “A” in STEM

To celebrate the beauty of a discipline that is usually regarded only with respect to its utility, three Canadian chemists decided to launch a contest of chemistry-inspired art. The various submissions to “ChemiSTEAM” – the photos, drawings, and even tea towels – showed them that in the end it’s all about the stories behind the art.

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Lise Meitner: “A physicist who never lost her humanity”

Against all odds, Austrian-born Lise Meitner devoted her life to a career in nuclear physics. Today we look back on the achievements of a brilliant woman who many believe was once robbed of the Nobel Prize.

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