Fact Sheet #12 (May 10, 2022)
Chemistry and Disposal (to print as a pdf )
Fact Sheet #11 (October 13, 2021)
Tastes differ ? a molecular look at beer
Fact Sheet #10 (July 26, 2021)
Citric Acid and Menthol: Natural, Synthetic, Bioengineered!
Fact Sheet #9 (June 23, 2021)
Fact Sheet #8 (March 26, 2021)
Insect proteins: a sustainable diet! (To print as a pdf )
Fact Sheet #7 (March 23, 2021)
Biomass: the "new crude oil" ( PDF to print)
Fact Sheet #6 (December 4, 2020)
Sulfuric acid ? dangerous but indispensable (to print out as a pdf )
Fact Sheet #5 (12 Aug 2020)
Fact Sheet #4 (July 1, 2020)
Fact Sheet #3 (June 22, 2020)
Fact Sheet #2 (May 11, 2020)
Fact Sheet #1 (April 28, 2020)
The most significant problems our planet and most of its inhabitants are currently facing are anthropogenic in nature. It is therefore also the task of people to recognize the problems and to solve them efficiently. Efficient means prompt and problem-oriented - beyond political and (purely) economic interests.
A large part of the problems can (only) be dealt with in a meaningful way by drawing on chemical expertise. The creation and dissemination of factually incorrect connections, which are sometimes used as a basis for political decisions - and wrong decisions - are therefore particularly worrying for scientists in general and for us chemists in particular.
In particular, the chemical aspect in problem areas such as CO 2 emissions and CO 2 binding, air pollution or the spread of microplastics means that we as chemists see it as our duty to compile and publish reliable facts that are not driven by lobbying. We also see it as our task, in cooperation with experts from related disciplines (medicine, biology, physics), to design scientifically sensible and economically and ecologically feasible solutions and to publish them.
We want to be seen as a body that brings together the expert knowledge of top researchers in the relevant subject areas and makes it available to both the scientific community and the general public through various channels.
In addition to the President of the GDCh, the founding staff initially includes chairpersons of various Divisions and working groups of the GDCh, who in the next step will nominate experts who will complement the team of those responsible.
Prof. Dr. Stefanie Dehnen, Philipps University of Marburg (Wöhler Association for Inorganic Chemistry, member of the GDCh Board and GDCh vice-president 2020-2021). Coordinator
Dr. Thomas Früh, Arlanxeo Deutschland GmbH Leverkusen, (FG macromolecular chemistry and spokesman for the FG on the GDCh Board)
Prof. Dr. Birgit Glüsen, Technical University of Cologne ( Department of detergent chemistry)
Dr. Stefan Hahn, Fraunhofer ITEM Hannover (Department of environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology)
Dr. Jörg Häseler, food chemistry Journal (Society of Food Chemistry)
Prof. Dr. Anke Krüger, Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg (Liebig Association for Organic Chemistry)
PD Dr. Thomas Letzel, AFIN-TS GmbH and TU Munich (AG vocational education)
Dr. Franz von Nussbaum, Nuvisan ICB GmbH, Berlin ( medicinal chemistry Department)
Dr. Joachim R. Richert, BASF SE Ludwigshafen ( analytical chemistry)
Prof. Dr. Torsten Claus Schmidt, University of Duisburg-Essen (Society of Water Chemistry)
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schrader, Max Planck Institute for Coal Research, Mülheim (Department of chemistry and energy)
Prof. Dr. Peter Schreiner, Justus Liebig University Giessen (member of the GDCh Board and GDCh president 2020-2021)
Dr. Carla Seidel, BASF SE Ludwigshafen (Member of the GDCh Board and GDCh Vice President 2020-2021)
Prof. Dr. Clemens Walther, Leibniz University Hannover ( nuclear chemistry)
Dr. Claudia Weidlich, Dechema eV Frankfurt (Department of electrochemistry)
Dr. Ursula Westphal, IGAFA eV Berlin ( Chemists in Civil Service)
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