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Light-regulated production of biodegradable plastics

A photoswitchable catalyst system enables tailoring of polymer properties

Fabian Eisenreich, Michael Kathan, Prof. Dr. Stefan Hecht

Light is a powerful tool to manipulate a vast variety of chemical processes. The use of specific photo-chromic molecules allows chemists to perform reactions in a reversible fashion with a high spatio-temporal resolution.

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Key challenges in bioprocessing

As far back in time as several thousand years ago our ancestors were using biotechnical processes to make beer, wine and bread. These days, biotechnological processes are not merely used (…)

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Michael Kathan

Michael Kathan, born in 1988, studied chemistry at the Freie Universität Berlin and E (…)

Fabian Eisenreich

Fabian Eisenreich, born in 1988, studied chemistry at the Humboldt-Universität zu Ber (…)

Wolfgang Boos

Wolfgang Boos, born in 1965, initially trained as an Information Technician before st (…)

Dr. Maria Hoppe

Maria Hoppe, born in 1987, studied chemistry from 2007 to 2013 at the Free University (…)

Dr. Marcus Menger

Marcus Menger, born in 1969, graduated with a diploma in chemistry from the Georg-Aug (…)

Denise Czepluch

Denise Czepluch, born in 1984, holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from the Free Uni (…)

 
 

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