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Two bugs with one stone

20-Jun-2022 – The development of new active substances against pathogenic bacteria, parasites, fungi and viruses is gaining importance, as established antiinfectives are becoming increasingly (…)

Catalyst from hot water

15-Jun-2022 – The production of chemical substances normally requires environmentally harmful solvents. After the research group of Miriam Unterlass, professor of solid state chemistry at the University (…)

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