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Invited Lectures 2016
- 12. Jan. Sheffield Stereochemistry Lecture, Sheffield, UK
- 20. Jan. Beiersdorf, Applied Biophysics, Hamburg
- 30. März Paul Schleyer Memorial Symposium, Erlangen
- 11. April SFB 658 Symposium, Molecular Switches and Functional Interfaces, Berlin
- 18. April Fujiwara Seminar, Fukuoka, Japan
- 25. April Multi-Responsive Photochromes, Nantes, France
- 04. Juli International Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry, Sydney, Australia
- 10. Juli Heron Island Conference, Heron Island, Australia
- 19. Juli Telluride Workshop on Molecular Rotors, Telluride, USA
- 25. Juli Memorial University Student Summer Conference, St. John’s, Canada
- 02. Aug. Radicals in the Rockies, Telluride, USA
- 13. Sept. International Symposium CURO-pi, Eugene, USA
- 28. Sept. Photochemietagung der GDCh, Jena
- 05. Nov. International Symposium on Photochromism, Shanghai, China
Young entrepreneur Benjamin Sahlmann and his "infernal machine": The device with the affectionate nickname was custom-made to be used in our SFB's state-of-the-art research to switch electronic states in molecules.
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photo © pur.pur
Let There Be LED: Successful Spin-Off from SFB 677 and the Herges Group
Proper lighting is crucial for molecules to be operated like machines. Chemist Benjamin Sahlmann has acquired the necessary know-how - and builds his existence on it. His company Sahlmann Photochemical Solutions has been on the market for a year. Kieler Nachrichten recently published a detailed story on this successful spin-off from our SFB 677 and the Herges group.
show Unizeit (Kieler Nachrichten) (article in German)
Beilstein-TV Reports on "Record Player Molecules"
A new episode from Beilstein TV reports on the development of switchable contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the workgroup of Prof. R. Herges.
Beilstein-TV Reports on Molecular Switches from SFB 677
A new podcast from Beilstein TV reports on the design, synthesis and characterization of new molecular switches from the workgroup of Prof. Dr. R. Herges.
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