Petra de Jongh and Hermen Overkleeft, co-chairs of the Scientific Program Committee of IUPAC | CHAINS 2023 provide a preview of the program.
The PhotoScale consortium aims to design a photospinning disc reactor that will allow photocatalytic reactions to be carried out on a larger scale.
The European Chemistry Thematic Network (ECTN) will try to answer questions on challenges for chemistry lecturers at its annual meeting in April.
At KU Leuven, researchers apply machine learning for more efficient method development.
Interview with Henk-Jan Out on the importance of innovation and the potential of CRISPR-Cas9 and mRNA.
The Pivot Park Screening Centre in Oss got off to a flying start thanks to an inheritance from America. The company is now the biggest screening facility in Europe.
Synaffix links antibodies to drugs to enable targeted delivery.
Organon is back - but with a broader mission than before. The company focuses on women’s health, but no longer just in the context of reproduction.
When Pivot Park started in 2012, not everyone was convinced it would work. But by now, the park is clearly a magnet for start-ups in the pharma field.
In the fight against climate change, writes Gadi Rothenberg, “every little bit” does not help. Adapting to a warmer world is therefore inevitable.
Martijn Peters (32) won multiple awards for his lectures, vlogs and TikToks and is now science coordinator at DPG Media.
Francesco Mutti and his team have used modified enzymes to produce amines with two stereocentres in a one-pot synthesis.
A group of scientists in Ghent developed a new material for breast reconstruction and aims to bring their invention to patients.
Are you really cold or is it just caused by the menthol applied to your skin? A new system of chemical haptics is playing tricks on your body.
If Filip Du Prez has his way, thermosets such as epoxies will be almost as recyclable as thermoplastics in a few years’ time.