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Boron Has More Surprises

Anup Bhunia just published his article "Boron has more surprises" in the journal Chem. In his article he convincingly highlights the versatile reactivity of boron compounds towards radicals and underlines the potential of these reaction in modern organic chemistry. Great article, Anup! Congrats!

© Henning Klaasen


Graduation Ceremony

On Friday January 31st Henning Klaasen received his PhD during the graduation ceremony in the castle of Münster. On the next day, Florian Friese presented him the Ellen-Baier-Award of the Studer group as part of the promotion party. The whole groups congratulates him to his good performance.

© Peter Dziemba


MSc Prize 2019

Together with two other Master’s graduates Stefanie Plöger received an award for her outstanding Master thesis “Development of Novel Reactions via Radical Functional Group Migration“. A representative of Thescon (Coesfeld) presented the prize at the ceremonial awarding of the master's certificates at the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy.

© Armido Studer


Highly Cited Researcher 2019

Prof. Armido Studer and four other researchers of the University of Münster were recognized by Clarivate Analytics as world’s most influential researchers. Every year Clarivate Analytics publishes a list of researchers with multiple publications ranked in the top 1% regarding citations in their field.

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ChemCup 2019

Also, this year the Studer Group participated in the soccer tournament “ChemCup” of the University of Münster. In a strong competition the Studer team were able to reach the 6th place.

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Canoeing Trip 2019

On a sunny day in August the Studer group went for a canoeing trip enjoying the beautiful weather in the middle of the nature. After a five-hour trip on the river Ems from Telgte to Handorf a joined BBQ was organized to end the day in a relaxed atmosphere.

© Armido Studer


Pedler Award 2019

Prof. Armido Studer is this year's winner of the Pedler Award of the Royal Society of Chemistry for his "outstanding contribution to method development in the field of radical chemistry". The award commemorates the British chemist Alexander Pedler and is awarded annually for important scientific contributions in organic chemistry to internationally established researchers.