Science lives from exchange. When chemists present and discuss their research results on a regular basis, they can expand their own knowledge and at the same time help to further develop innovative ideas. With the specialist groups, local associations and the Young Chemists Forum , the GDCh forms a strong, widely branched network with a variety of opportunities for dialogue. Many of my colleagues are involved in the GDCh. For me, but also for BASF as a whole, working in the communities is very important: Among other things, it opens up exchanges with scientists at universities, which can create successful partnerships. They give research new impulses - after all, they are the key to innovations, which are an important growth engine for us. I have been a member of the GDCh since I was a student. The activities of the GDCh have often helped me to establish and maintain contacts. In my current role, I travel a lot or work from our research location in Shanghai. I always stay up to date with the Nachrichten aus der Chemie . They are still important to me when I want to find out about national and international developments in chemistry. That's why I like to be and stay with it. Dr. Harald Lauke, President Advanced Materials & Systems Research, BASF This testimonial was published in February 2017 - it can be accessed online.
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