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    In 2013 the “Academic Ranking of World Universities” (“Shanghai Ranking”), a highly regarded research ranking of the 500 best universities worldwide, again puts Würzburg’s chemistry department in second place among all German universities and in 31st place worldwide.

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    E. Memmel and J. Seibel

    In the fight against multi-resistant bacteria, University of Würzburg chemists may have achieved a major breakthrough. With a trick, they induced the bacteria to change their cell surface. This reduced the risk of infection dramatically.

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    Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Logo)

    At this year’s Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau the Institute of Organic Chemistry was particularly well represented by three young researchers.

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    U. Mayerhöffer

    Ulrich Mayerhöffer, former PhD student at the Institute of Organic Chemistry, will receive the VAA award for „an excellent dissertation in the field of chemical-pharmaceutical research and chemical engineering“.

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    Bruker D8 Quest

    A new X-Ray Laboratory with two diffractometers has recently been brought into service at the Center for Nanosystems Chemistry (CNC).

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    T. Maeda

    Takeshi Maeda from Osaka, Japan will be pushing research as Guest Scientist at the Institute of Organic Chemistry

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    J. Wu, A. Forchel and G. Bringmann

    Since October 2012 the Jinan University in Guangzhou in the South of China, has been connected with the Julius-Maximilian University of Würzburg by a partnership contract. Now, for the first time, a delegation from Guangzhou visited Würzburg.

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    Prof. Peter J. Stang

    With numerous anecdotes and spectacular structures a visibly good humored Peter J. Stang provided for an utterly amusing Siegfried Hünig Lecture 2013

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    Kloster Banz

    In 2013 the Bavarian joint project "Solar Technologies Go Hybrid" (SolTech) will be coordinated by the Würzburg Key Lab. Therefore, the 2nd SolTech Workshop recently took place at Monastery Banz / Bad Staffelstein.

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    Another big success for the natural sciences at the University of Würzburg: No other German university achieved a higher proportion of top 10% publications in the renowned Leiden Ranking of 500 major universities worldwide.

     

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    The Jinan University (China) has awarded Gerhard Bringmann the honorary professorship. By this distinction it decorates the professor from Würzburg as an internationally renowned, leading scientist in the field of natural products chemistry. At the same time a cooperation agreement between the University of Würzburg and Jinan University was signed.

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    C. Werner

    Christine Werner is the best apprentice in the Würzburg-Schweinfurt region and is continuing an impressive tradition of having excellent apprentices in the University's chemistry institutes.

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    The University of Ruwenzori in the Congo has awarded the professors Gerhard Bringmann (Würzburg) and Virima Mudogo (Kinshasa) the honorary doctorate. By this, the two scientists are honored for their search for new agents against tropical infectious diseases, but also for the initiation of the excellence scholarship system BEBUC.

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    Five universities in Bavaria are supported by the state-wide Joint Project "Solar Technologies Go Hybrid" to explore new concepts for converting solar energy into electricity and non-fossil fuels. On October 17th, the project was officially launched in Munich.

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