A clean, climate-friendly energy source that is virtually inexhaustible: This is the promise artificial photosynthesis holds. Chemists from the University of Würzburg have now got one step closer to reaching this goal. The scientists present their work in the journal Nature Chemistry.

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In autumn 2015 the Research Training School on molecular biradicals took up its work at the University of Würzburg. Currently the cooperation between chemists and physicists led to a first result: a publication on a new molecule, which is of interest for organic electronics.

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Congratulations to Gustavo Fernández. After five very successful years as a junior research group leader at the University of Würzburg he accepted a call from the University of Münster as professor (W2) of organic chemistry.

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At the “Kármán Conference“ with the topic “From Molecular Materials to Complex Adaptive Molecular Systems“ in Vaals (Netherlands), Stefanie Herbst, doctoral candidate at the Würthner group, was awarded with one of two prizes for an outstanding poster presentation.

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At the “International Symposium on Amphiphilic Polymers, Networks, Gels and Membranes” (APNGM15) in Budapest, Hungary, Daniel Görl, doctoral candidate at the Würthner Group, was awarded with the prize for the best poster.

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