Inorganic chemistry is a supporting pillar and fundamental discipline of chemistry. In the course of modern research that is becoming increasingly interdisciplinary, it is difficult to discern the boundaries of inorganic chemistry. Aside from the fundamentally oriented teaching and research which decisively marks the understanding of chemistry, this discipline plays a central role in the rapid developments of the natural sciences and comprises many modern and cutting-edge research fields with an enormous reach—from exciting molecular chemistry, to the design of novel catalysts and materials for energy research, up to supramolecular and bioinorganic chemistry at the interface to the Life Sciences.
The general tasks of the Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry are to:
The executive board consists of the chair, the vice chair and at least one but not more than four board members. The candidates are selected from the areas:
At least one elected member of the executive board must come from the area ‘Industry/independent profession’.
The prize will be awarded to a young scientist of any nationality who has completed a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Chemistry for an excellent scientific publication in a field within Inorganic Chemistry.
The Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) confers the Wöhler-BASF Young Scientist Prize, traditionally awarded at the Wöhler conferences.
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