In this series of videos, the Communication and Public Relations department presents six academics from a variety of disciplines who are either junior professors or who head a group of junior researchers.
Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius of the Institute of Organic Chemistry at the University of Münster (WWU) has been awarded the Otto Bayer Prize for Chemistry and Biochemistry 2022 by the Bayer Foundation in recognition of his pioneering achievements in catalysis research.
On New Year’s Reception in the Schloss Prof. Ryan Gilmour received the Research Prize 2022 for his outstanding, internationally acclaimed research. The prize is awarded every two years and is worth 30,000 euros. In awarding this prize money, the Rectorate supports the recipients’ research.
Chemists at the University of Münster develop method for simple production of vicinal diamines
A team led by Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius of the Institute of Organic Chemistry at the University of Münster has now presented a new, direct way to produce vicinal diamines in the journal "Nature Catalysis".
The Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy at the University of Münster awarded Fritz Paulus (Organic Chemistry), Laureen J. Dahrendorf (Business Administration in Chemistry) and Marlen C. Becker (Food Chemistry) with the Master’s Theses Prize. The representatives of the sponsoring companies Grosse-Hornke Private Consult, Wessling and Thescon presented the certificates for the awards, which are endowed with 1,000 euros, at the Master's ceremony for the graduation year 2022.
Dr. Teschers and Prof. Gilmour of the Organic Chemistry Institute at the WWU Münster have developed an automated method to generate well-defined, site-selectively modified glycomimetics for applications in biomedicine and chemical biology which was published in Angewandte Chemie.
Scientists led by Prof. Armido Studer from the Organic Chemistry Institute at the University of Münster have developed a strategy that could give a boost to the development of pyridine-containing drugs and organic functional materials.
Chemists at the University of Münster present new method for β-amino acid derivatives from alkenes or (hetero)arenes. The results of the study are currently published in Nature Chemistry.
"Visible light has proven to be a powerful tool for the synthesis of complex organic molecules," explains Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius. "With its energy, we succeed in breaking certain chemical bonds X-Y."
The "Academia Europaea" has accepted Prof. Frank Glorius, chemist at the University of Münster, as a new member. With this membership, the Academia Europaea honors scientists who have demonstrated "sustained academic excellence."
The Sigrid Peyerimhoff Doctoral Award of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Theoretische Chemie (AGTC) goes this year to a scientist from Münster. Dr. Johannes Tölle from the group of Prof. Johannes Neugebauer received this prize for his dissertation entitled "Subsystem-Based Modeling of Photo-Induced Processes".
The Organic Chemistry Institute of WWU Münster is represented twice in the top 30 CSD authors (out of more than 450,000 unique author names) by the staff of the X-ray Structural Analysis Department.
According to CSD Author Statistics published in January 2022, Dr. Roland Fröhlich (former head of the X-Ray Department) and Dr. Constantin G. Daniliuc (head of the X-Ray Department) are ranked 19th and 28th worldwide.
Light energy enables the reaction of double bonds with strained single bonds to produce three-dimensional molecules
[...] A team led by Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius from the University of Münster has now succeeded in performing an unconventional cycloaddition in which a carbon-carbon double bond reacts with a carbon-carbon single bond.
Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius [...] will receive the Janssen Prize for Creativity in Organic Synthesis. The award, endowed with 20,000 euros, recognises internationally outstanding achievements in the research field of organic synthesis, which are of particular importance for the development of new drugs. Frank Glorius is an internationally leading and particularly innovative scientist in the field of organic synthesis and catalysis, according to the jury's statement.