Principle sketch of the experiment. The charge-separated radical pair (CSS-RP, black curve) decays in about 1000 nanoseconds by recombination of the electrons to singlet or triplet product. The dynamic change of the CSS radical pair between singlet (S) and triplet (T) is only recorded on average over the total reaction time. Using the push-pull technique, the singlet and triplet character of the CSS radical pair can be read out at any time. (Image: Christoph Lambert / Universität Würzburg)

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IHK Vice President Trips, awardee Schöpf, trainer Dr. Stadler

Apprentice Awarded for Top Performance

Structure of the poxvirus-polymerase in an early stage of transcription. Bound DNA is labelled in blue.

How Poxviruses Multiply

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