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  • 2022

  • CHIMIA Vol. 76 No. 4 (2022): Laureates: Junior Prizes of the SCS Fall Meeting 2021

    Vol. 76 No. 4 (2022)

    This exciting issue showcases the award-winning research of sixteen promising young scientists, recipients of a best poster or oral presentation prize at the 2021 Fall Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society.
    The cover image was provided by Lukas Heuberger, University of Basel, and depicts a micrograph of fluorescently labeled giant unilamellar vesicles (GUV) made from diblock copolymers. The insert shows a schematic representation of the working principle of GUV production using double emulsion microfluidics.

  • CHIMIA  Vol. 76 No. 3 (2022): Empa - Material Science and Technology for a Sustainable Future

    Vol. 76 No. 3 (2022)

    In 2020, Empa, the ETH Domain’s interdisciplinary research institute for materials science and technology, celebrated its 140th anniversary. According to its vision – Materials and technology for a sustainable future – the institute fulfills a bridging role between fundamental research and practical applications. By connecting partners from industry and research, Empa scientists play a key role in the innovation process in Switzerland. This is the basis of Empa’s leading position in applied research and technology transfer. Empa thus makes a significant contribution to further strengthening the innovative power and attractiveness of the Swiss economy in an increasingly competitive global environment. In this sense, this issue focuses on new applied materials and systems and related analytical research for structural understanding highlighting Empa’s strengths in this domain, from the atomic scale to the macro-world, bridging fundamental research  and real-world applications.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 76 No. 1-2 (2022): Mass Spectrometry at Swiss Academic and Industrial Institutions

    Vol. 76 No. 1-2 (2022)

    Mass spectrometry is a important method in many fields of academic research, including chemistry, biology, cosmochemistry, pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences, earth and environmental sciences, materials science and technology development, forensics and art restoration. Mass spectrometry is equally widespread in industrial research and development as well as quality control, in particular in companies that are active in diagnosis, in the pharmaceutical sector, the biomedical area, and in flavors & fragrances. This compilation of contributions from specialists in many of these fields shows how the breadth of applications as well as the analytical and instrumental toolbox are constantly and rapidly developing.

  • 2021

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 12 (2021): Chemical Biology of Membranes and Signaling

    Vol. 75 No. 12 (2021)

    In this issue we will see novel tools to measure membrane properties (Flipper probes), manipulate membranes (photoswitchable lipids) and analyse membrane lipid homeostasis with increase spatial and temporal resolution. Molecular Dynamics Simulation image of a membrane was provided by Stefano Vanni. Other images were taken from articles in this issue contributed by Stefan Matile, Dirk Trauner, Howard Riezman.

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Professor Howard Riezman for organising this issue on ‘Chemical Biology of Membranes and Signaling’ to highlight some of the impressive results achieved in the National Centre for Competence in Research (NCCR) in Chemical Biology, directly and with collaborators.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 11(2021): Industry-Academic Partnerships

    Vol. 75 No. 11 (2021)

    This special issue representatively highlights outstanding scientific partnerships between industrial and academic groups, with the aim to sustain the awareness “of what others are doing, applaud their efforts, acknowledge their successes, and encourage them in their pursuits.” – Jim Stovall.

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Prof. Christof Sparr for the successful realisation of this special issue on Industrial-Academic Partnerships demonstrating the synergy and potential that can arise from combining the best of Industry and Academia.

    The image on the front cover is by Jaan Künnap, entitled ‘Climbers ascending at Ullu-Tau Range in Caucasus Mountains, Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia’, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 10(2021): Photochemistry

    Vol. 75 No. 10 (2021)

    Photochemistry is a science dealing with changes in matter induced by light. The advent of new concepts such as photoredox catalysis and the emergence of new industrial process has given new optimism to the field. Many aspects of photochemistry and all the authors of this issue had a close link to the late Prof. Thomas Bally and it is thus with genuine emotion that CHIMIA dedicates this special issue to his memory.

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Prof. Dr. Christian Bochet for the successful realisation of this special issue on Photochemistry; a lively subject with continuing potential for the future.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 9(2021): Renewable Feedstock and Biomass Valorization

    Vol. 75 No. 9 (2021)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks the guest editors Edouard Godineau, Fabrice Gallou and Urban Jenelten for organizing this excellent collection of articles that provide insight into efforts towards renewable raw material-based production and valorization of renewable resources in both industry and academia.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 7-8 (2021): SCS Major Awards / SCS Fall Meeting 2021

    Vol. 75 No. 7-8 (2021)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 06(2021): Peptide Chemistry in Switzerland

    Vol. 75 No. 6 (2021)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks the guest editors Dr. Thomas Vorherr and Prof. Dr. Jean-Louis Reymond for the successful realisation of this fascinating update on Peptide Chemistry in Switzerland.

    The cover image shows the interaction between Cp40 (light grey), a peptidic complement inhibitor of the compstatin family, with its target protein, the complement opsonin C3b (teal). A Cp40-based drug candidate is currently in clinical development by Amyndas Pharmaceuticals for various inflammatory disorders. The image was prepared by Dr. Daniel Ricklin (University of Basel) using PyMOL and structural data (PDBID 7BAG) obtained by Drs. Piet Gros and Xiaoguang Xue (Utrecht University) and Dr. John D. Lambris (University of Pennsylvania).

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 05(2021): Colloidal Nanocrystals

    Vol. 75 No. 5 (2021)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Jonathan De Roo for organizing this issue on ‘Colloidal Nanocrystals’ highlighting the great potential and wide range of applications for this field. We would also like to thank Loren Deblock for providing the excellent image for the cover page.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 04(2021): Laureates: Junior Prizes of the SCS Fall Meeting 2020

    Vol. 75 No. 4 (2021)

    Cover image by Mudit Sinhal, University of Basel: A single molecular ion is interrogated by a single atomic ion for precise molecular spectroscopy in an ion trap.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 3(2021): H₂ Production and CO₂ Conversion: Insights and Progress

    Vol. 75 No. 3 (2021)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Greta R. Patzke for planning this issue on ‘H2 Production and CO2 Conversion: Insights and Progress’ highlighting the vital research relating to sustainable energy technology for the future.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 75 No. 01-02(2021): Future of Chemical Education

    Vol. 75 No. 1-2 (2021)

    The CHIMIA Editorial Board would like to express its gratitude to Dr. Jan Cvengros and Prof. Catherine Housecroft for producing a very topical, interesting and useful issue under difficult circumstances. Thanks also go to all of those authors who agreed to write their articles despite the postponement of the ‘Future of Chemical Education’ symposium.

  • 2020

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 12(2020): Radiochemistry in Switzerland

    Vol. 74 No. 12 (2020)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editors Prof. Dr. Roger Alberto and Prof. Dr. Heinz W. Gäggeler for putting together this very interesting set of articles demonstrating the many wide-ranging aspects of radiochemical research in Switzerland. We would also like to thank Prof. Jason Holland, University of Zurich, for designing the picture on the front cover of this issue.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 11(2020): Innovative Tools in Organic / Organometallic Chemistry

    Vol. 74 No. 11 (2020)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its great appreciation to Prof. Cristina Nevado for guest editing this very interesting collection of articles on the subject of ‘Innovative Tools in Organic / Organometallic Chemistry’. Not only do these articles present excellent research, it is the first time in the nearly 75-year history of CHIMIA that all scientific articles are authored by women professors and team leaders.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 10(2020): The Swiss Startup Ecosystem: Innovation in Chemistry and the Life Sciences

    Vol. 74 No. 10 (2020)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its gratitude to the guest editors, David Spichiger, Hans Peter Lüthi and Guido Koch, for organizing this special issue highlighting the very active Startup scene in Switzerland, featuring both the wide-ranging support available and the impressive innovation displayed by the Startup companies themselves.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 09(2020): News from New Chemistry Professors in Switzerland

    Vol. 74 No. 9 (2020)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 7-8 (2020): SCS Laureates and Awards & Fall Meeting 2020

    Vol. 74 No. 7-8 (2020)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 06(2020): Non-Noble Metals in Catalysis

    Vol. 74 No. 6 (2020)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA is very grateful to the guest editors Prof. Klein Gebbink and Prof. Albrecht for organizing this special issue on Non-Noble Metals in Catalysis providing the readership with an interesting insight into the research being undertaken in the NoNoMeCat international network.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 05(2020): Building Bridges between Biotechnology and Chemistry :  In Memoriam Oreste Ghisalba

    Vol. 74 No. 5 (2020)

    The CHIMIA Editorial Board is very grateful to the guest editors, Roland Wohlgemuth and Hans-Peter Meyer, for creating such a fitting tribute to Oreste Ghisalba, a biotechnology pioneer, who used his knowledge, power and convictions to drive the development of the biotechnology sector in Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 04(2020): Laureates: Junior Prizes of the SCS Fall Meeting 2019

    Vol. 74 No. 4 (2020)

    The picture for the front cover was provided by Prerna Yadav, University of Zurich, whose article on ‘Metal-Salen-based Probes for the Selective Detection of Phosphates via a Disassembly Approach’ can be found on page 252 of this issue. The image depicts the detection of pyrophosphate (PPi alias E450) via a disassembly approach using Fe(iii)-salen complexes in foodstuff (baking powder) and in mitochondria.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 03(2020): Chemistry and the Environment

    Vol. 74 No. 3 (2020)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editors Prof. Kathrin Fenner, Dr. Stefan Höger and Prof. Vera Slaveykova for producing this very timely issue that highlights the excellence and enthusiasm of research into Chemistry and the Environment in Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 74 No. 01-02(2020): SCS-Syngenta Symposium: Welcome to the One-electron World

    Vol. 74 No. 1-2 (2020)

    The Editorial Board expresses its warmest thanks to the coordinating guest editors Dr. Mathilde Lachia and Dr. Amandine Kolleth-Krieger for their efforts in planning and collating this attractive variety of contributions and authors on the topic of ‘SCS-Syngenta Symposium: Welcome to the One-Electron World’.

  • 2019

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 12(2019): Artificial Intelligence in Swiss Chemical Research

    Vol. 73 No. 12 (2019)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its thanks to the coordinating guest editors Torsten Luksch and Hans Peter Lüthi for their efforts in realizing this issue on Artificial Intelligence in Swiss Chemical Research, providing an excellent overview to an area of great future potential to chemistry.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 11(2019): Materials for Energy Conversion

    Vol. 73 No. 11 (2019)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Catherine Housecroft and Edwin Constable for planning and realising this excellent issue on ‘Materials for Energy Conversion’ and continuing the series of special topic issues that address sustainablity in chemical and energy technology.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 10(2019): Continuous Flow Chemistry – Industry and Academia Perspectives

    Vol. 73 No. 10 (2019)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Claudio Battilocchio and Edouard Godineau for their efforts in creating this ‘Continuous Flow Chemistry – Industry and Academia Perspectives’ issue with a range of articles highlighting the great potential of an important sustainable technology.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 09(2019): Green and Sustainable Chemistry

    Vol. 73 No. 9 (2019)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Fabrice Gallou for his great efforts in bringing together this interesting collection of articles that demonstrates the progress made in more than 20 years of Green and Sustainable Chemistry and highlights the considerable challenges that lie ahead. The original cover art was created by Catherine Gallou and digitally reworked by Prof. Sachin Handa (University of Louisville, USA).

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 07-08(2019): SCS Laureates and Awards & Fall Meeting 2019

    Vol. 73 No. 7-8 (2019)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 06(2019): Dimensionality in Chemistry

    Vol. 73 No. 6 (2019)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. A. Dieter Schlüter for his great efforts in the successful realisation of this exciting issue on ‘Dimensionality in Chemistry’.

    Front cover: Dimensionality also plays an important role in the arts, as the cover picture based on the fascinating M. C. Escher drawing ‘Two Birds’ nicely illustrates. This piece combines two-dimensionality with pattern regularity, features that we will recognize again in some of the contributions of this issue.


  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 05(2019): NCCR RNA & Disease

    Vol. 73 No. 5 (2019)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Oliver Mühlemann and Prof. Frédéric Allain for their efforts in the planning and successful realisation of this interesting and topical issue on ‘NCCR RNA & Disease’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 04(2019): Laureates: Junior Prizes of the SCS Fall Meeting 2018

    Vol. 73 No. 4 (2019)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 03(2019): International Year of the Periodic Table

    Vol. 73 No. 3 (2019)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks Prof. Alan Williams for creating this interesting and very accessible issue commemorating the 150-year anniversary of Mendeleyev’s ground-breaking proposal and the ‘International Year of the Periodic Table’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 73 No. 01-02(2019): NCCR Bio-Inspired Materials

    Vol. 73 No. 1-2 (2019)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Christoph Weder and his fellow guest editors Prof. Curzio Rüegg nd Dr. Lucas Montero de Espinosa for their efforts in the planning and successful realisation of this interesting and topical issue on ‘NCCR: Bio-Inspired Materials’.

  • 2018

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 12(2018): Chemistry Ties Linking Japan to Switerland

    Vol. 72 No. 12 (2018)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks Prof. Masahiro Murakami for his efforts in the planning and successful realization of this issue on ‘Chemistry Ties Linking Japan to Switzerland’ illustrating the great benefits of international collaboration for all involved.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 11(2018): Bioorthogonal Chemistry

    Vol. 72 No. 11 (2018)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Nicolas Winssinger for his efforts in the planning and successful realization of this interesting and topical issue on ‘Bioorthogonal Chemistry’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 10(2018): Food Analysis: Meat and Meat Products

    Vol. 72 No. 10 (2018)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks Dr. Stefan Bieri and Dr. Pius Kölbener for their efforts in the planning and successful realization of this issue on ‘Food Analysis: Meat and Meat Products’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 9 (2018): Organometallics and Catalysis

    Vol. 72 No. 9 (2018)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Clément Mazet for organizing this issue on ‘Organometallics and Catalysis’ and providing a fascinating insight into a creative and lively subject so vital to chemistry.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 07-08(2018): SCS Laureates and Awards & Fall Meeting 2018

    Vol. 72 No. 7-8 (2018)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 06(2018): CHIRALITY: Symmetries and Asymmetries

    Vol. 72 No. 6 (2018)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Jürgen Stohner for his efforts in the planning and successful realisation of this interesting issue on ‘CHIRALITY - Symmetries and Asymmetries’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 05(2018): News from New Chemistry Professors in Switzerland

    Vol. 72 No. 5 (2018)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 4 (2018): Laureates: Junior Prizes of the SCS Fall Meeting 2017

    Vol. 72 No. 4 (2018)

    Front cover: ‘Sustained Ag⁺ ion release from encapsulated Ag nanoparticles killing pathogenic bacteria’, kindly supplied by Sarah-Luise Abram and coworkers, whose article on the subject can be found on page 249.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 03(2018): Quality Aspects in Industrial Chemistry

    Vol. 72 No. 3 (2018)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Dr. Xenia Beyrich-Graf for the successful realization of this special issue on Quality Aspects in Industrial Chemistry, produced on behalf of the Swiss Chemical Society Division of Industrial and Applied Chemistry.

    Front cover photo: Quality control and color consistency test, 1965. Source: BASF Corporate History, photographer: Robert Häusser.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 72 No. 01-02(2018): Chemical Education

    Vol. 72 No. 1-2 (2018)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank Professors Hans Peter Lüthi and Antonio Togni for organizing this issue on Chemical Education covering exciting topics at all levels of education and introducing the new Swiss Chemical Society Division of Chemical Education.

  • 2017

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 12 (2017): Natural Products: Source of Innovation

    Vol. 71 No. 12 (2017)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editors Dr. Mathilde Lachia and Dr. Sarah Sulzer for the successful realization of this special issue on ‘Natural Products: Source of Innovation’ showing the great potential that this subject holds for the future.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 11(2017): Perovskites

    Vol. 71 No. 11 (2017)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks Prof. Mohammad Khaja Nazeeruddin for his efforts in planning and realisation of this issue on ‘Perovskites’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 10 (2017): Medicinal Chemistry

    Vol. 71 No. 10 (2017)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Dr. Guido Koch for his very successful efforts in the planning and realization of this issue on ‘Medicinal Chemistry’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 09(2017): Italian Connections

    Vol. 71 No. 9 (2017)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank the guest editor Dr. Alessandro Mordini for his efforts in organising this special topic issue on ‘Italian Connections’ illustrating the immense value of international cooperation in scientific research.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 07-08(2017): SCS Laureates and Awards & Fall Meeting 2017

    Vol. 71 No. 7-8 (2017)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 6 (2017): Polymer, Colloid, and Interface Science

    Vol. 71 No. 6 (2017)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Prof. Holger Frauenrath for organizing such an interesting and well-chosen set of articles that serve to illustrate the many diverse aspects of the field of Polymer, Colloid, and Interface Science.

    Front cover: Library of hybrid colloids produced by sequential capillarity-assisted particle assembly. See article by L. Isa et al. on page 349.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 05(2017): The Lausanne Centre for Ultrafast Science (LACUS)

    Vol. 71 No. 5 (2017)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its deep gratitude to Prof. Majed Chergui for organizing this fascinating issue on LACUS, introducing a pioneering facility at EPFL, enabling cutting-edge, interdisciplinary science open to the Swiss ultrafast science community.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 4 (2017): Laureates: Junior Prizes of the SCS Fall Meeting 2016

    Vol. 71 No. 4 (2017)

    The photograph on the front cover was kindly supplied by Fabian Deuber and Christian Adlhart, ZHAW, illustrating an ultralight aerogel, which is the subject of their article on page 236.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 03(2017): Bioorganometallic Chemistry and Mechanisms

    Vol. 71 No. 3 (2017)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its warmest thanks to the coordinating guest editor Dr. Julien Furrer for his efforts in planning this issue on ‘Bioorganometallic Chemistry and Mechanisms’, providing an interesting update in a dynamic interdisciplinary field.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 71 No. 01-02(2017): The Power of Spectroscopy

    Vol. 71 No. 1-2 (2017)

    It is with great appreciation that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks the coordinating guest editor Prof. Dr. Natalie Banerji for the successful realization of the present issue on ‘The Power of Spectroscopy’.

  • 2016

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 12 (2016): Life Sciences in Switzerland

    Vol. 70 No. 12 (2016)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Dr. Carolin von Schoultz, Dr. Anna Brandenburg, and the LS2 Presidency for organizing this issue on ‘Life Sciences in Switzerland’ and providing an interesting insight into an area so closely allied to chemistry.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 11 (2016): New Faculty in Switzerland

    Vol. 70 No. 11 (2016)

    The cover image shows an artist’s rendition of some of the research focus areas in the Laboratory of NanoBiotechnology (LNB). The image highlights the interplay of single-walled carbon nanotubes and biological macromolecules, such as DNA and proteins. Artist: Shang-Jung Wu.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 10 (2016): Malaria Vector Control

    Vol. 70 No. 10 (2016)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof Dr. Peter Maienfisch for his efforts in the planning and successful realization of this interesting and topical issue on ‘Malaria Vector Control’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 09(2016): Division of Industrial and Applied Chemistry: Game Changing Innovation in Chemical Production

    Vol. 70 No. 9 (2016)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 07-08(2016): SCS Laureates and Awards & SCS Fall Meeting 2016

    Vol. 70 No. 7-8 (2016)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 06(2016): NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering

    Vol. 70 No. 6 (2016)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 05(2016): Food Authenticity and Adulteration

    Vol. 70 No. 5 (2016)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks Dr. Pius Kölbener and Dr. Stefan Bieri for their efforts in the planning and successful realization of this issue on ‘Food Authenticity and Adulteration’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 4(2021): Laureates: Junior Prizes, SCS Fall Meeting 2015

    Vol. 70 No. 4 (2016)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 3 (2016): Physical Organic Chemistry

    Vol. 70 No. 3 (2016)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its thanks to the Guest Editor Prof. Bernd Giese for organizing this special issue on ‘Physical Organic Chemistry’, admirably demonstrating that this topic is as interesting and relevant as it ever was.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 70 No. 1-2 (2016): The French Connection

    Vol. 70 No. 1-2 (2016)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to express its gratitude to Dr. Frédéric R. Leroux for his efforts in organising this special topic issue on ‘The French Connection’ illustrating the value of international cooperation in scientific research.

  • 2015

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 12 (2015): Energy Storage Research in Switzerland–The SCCER Heat & Electricity Storage

    Vol. 69 No. 12 (2015)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA is very grateful to the guest editors Prof. Dr. Thomas J. Schmidt and Dr. Jörg  Roth for the successful realization of this special issue on Energy Storage Research in Switzerland -  The SCCER Heat & Electricity Storage; providing readers with an excellent overview of an interdisciplinary project with great significance for the future.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 11 (2015): Supramolecular Chemistry Part 2

    Vol. 69 No. 11 (2015)

    The CHIMIA Editorial Board is very grateful to Dr. Bruno Therrien for the organisation of both issues devoted to Supramolecular Chemistry, providing a comprehensive overview of the activities in this field.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 10 (2015): SCCERBIOSWEET –The Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research on Bioenergy

    Vol. 69 No. 10 (2015)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Prof. Dr. Oliver Kröcher for the successful realization of this special issue on SCCER BIOSWEET – The Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research on Bioenergy; an interdisciplinary project with great potential and significance for the future.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 9 (2015): Supramolecular Chemistry

    Vol. 69 No. 9 (2015)

    The CHIMIA Editorial Board would like to thank Dr. Bruno Therrien for taking on the organisation of this issue on Supermolecular Chemistry and for selecting a very interesting range of delicious cupcakes scientific work.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 07-08(2015): SCS Laureates and Awards & Fall Meeting 2015

    Vol. 69 No. 7-8 (2015)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 6 (2015): Catalytic Activation of Small Molecules

    Vol. 69 No. 6 (2015)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Professors G bor Laurenczy and Matthias Beller for organising this issue on ‘Catalytic Activation of Small Molecules’ and providing an interesting insight into processes vital to the needs of today’s society.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 5 (2015): Sion, a New Center for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in Valais

    Vol. 69 No. 5 (2015)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Dr. Berend Smit for his efforts in the planning and successful realization of this exciting issue on ‘Sion, a New Center for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in Valais’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 4 (2015): Laureates: Junior Prizes, SCS Fall Meeting 2014

    Vol. 69 No. 4 (2015)

    Front cover: Impressions from the 2014 Fall Meeting: entrance to the event at the UZH Irchel Campus, scientific exchange during the poster session, participants in the main auditorium, and some of the winners of a Best Poster Award. Credits: D. Spichiger (layout) and S. J. Lüthi (photographs)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 3 (2015): Singapore - Swiss Connections

    Vol. 69 No. 3 (2015)

    The CHIMIA Editorial Board would like to thank the guest editor Dr. Ning Yan for compiling this issue that highlights the outstanding quality of chemical research in Singapore and the importance of international collaboration for Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 69 No. 1-2 (2015): Chemistry and Light

    Vol. 69 No. 1-2 (2015)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Prof. Anders Hagfeldt for organizing this special issue ‘Chemistry and Light’, and celebrating the International Year of Light in 2015.

  • 2014

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 12 (2014): Life Science START-UPS in Switzerland

    Vol. 68 No. 12 (2014)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its gratitude to Dr. Peter Burckhardt for organizing this special issue highlighting the wide range of activities that support Life Sciences Start-ups in Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 11 (2014): Environmental Chemistry

    Vol. 68 No. 11 (2014)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Dr. Vera Slaveykova and Dr. Serge Stoll for their efforts in the planning and successful realization of this interesting and topical issue on ‘Environmental Chemistry in Switzerland’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 10 (2014): Food Analysis

    Vol. 68 No. 10 (2014)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks Dr. Patrick Edder and Dr. Didier Ortelli for their efforts in the planning and successful realization of this issue on ‘Food Analysis’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 9 (2014): Computational Chemistry in Switzerland

    Vol. 68 No. 9 (2014)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA is very grateful to the guest editors Prof. C. Corminboeuf and Prof. M. Reiher for organizing this special issue Computational Chemistry in Switzerland providing the readership with an insight into current computational and theoretical chemistry research in Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 7-8 (2014): Laureates of the SCS Awards and Fall Meeting 2014

    Vol. 68 No. 7-8 (2014)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 6 (2014): Fluorine Chemistry

    Vol. 68 No. 6 (2014)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its thanks to the coordinating guest editors Prof. Ryan Gilmour and Prof. Dieter Seebach for their efforts in realising this excellent issue on fluorine chemistry.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 5 (2014): Foundations of Coordination Chemistry - Alfred Werner

    Vol. 68 No. 5 (2014)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks Prof Dr. Roger Alberto for his efforts in ensuring the successful realization of this commemorative issue on Alfred Werner.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 4(2014): Laureates of the SCS Fall Meeting 2013

    Vol. 68 No. 4 (2014)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 3 (2014): Mass Spectrometry in Switzerland

    Vol. 68 No. 3 (2014)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its gratitude to the guest editors Prof. D. Günther and Prof. G. Hopfgartner for organizing this special issue highlighting Mass Spectrometry in Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 68 No. 1-2 (2014): Crystallography, Past, Present, Future

    Vol. 68 No. 1-2 (2014)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editors Prof. H.-B. Bürgi and Prof. K. M. Fromm for organizing this special issue highlighting ‘Crystallography: Past, Present, Future’, and celebrating the International Year of Crystallography in 2014.

  • 2013

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 12 (2013): Peptide Science in Switzerland

    Vol. 67 No. 12 (2013)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks the guest editors Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Bode and Prof. Dr. Helma Wennemers for the successful realisation of this fascinating and very current special issue on Peptide Science in Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 11 (2013): Polymers, Colloids, and Interfaces

    Vol. 67 No. 11 (2013)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its warm appreciation to the coordinating guest editor Prof. Dr. Harm-Anton Klok for his efforts in the planning and realization of this special issue on Polymers, Colloids, and Interfaces.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 10(2013): Trends in Energy - Efficiency, Recovery and Production :The Role of the Chemical Industry

    Vol. 67 No. 10 (2013)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its warmest thanks to the coordinating guest editor Dr. Xenia Beyrich-Graf for her efforts in planning and realizing this informative issue on a topic of great current importance.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 9(2013): Technology Fair ILMAC 2013

    Vol. 67 No. 9 (2013)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 7-8(2013): SCS Fall Meeting 2013

    Vol. 67 No. 7-8 (2013)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 6(2013): Coordination Polymers: From Structures to Applications

    Vol. 67 No. 6 (2013)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank the guest editors, Prof. Catherine Housecroft and Prof. Katharina Fromm, for providing a very interesting range of articles on Coordinating Polymer Chemistry.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 5(2013):  New Professors in Switzerland

    Vol. 67 No. 5 (2013)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 4(2013): Laureates: Awards and Honors, SCS Fall Meeting 2012

    Vol. 67 No. 4 (2013)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 3 (2013): Solar Energy Harvesting

    Vol. 67 No. 3 (2013)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its appreciation to the coordinating guest editors Dr. Anne-Sophie Chauvin and Prof. Michael Grätzel for their efforts in the planning and realization of this very interesting and informative issue on Solar Energy Harvesting.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 67 No. 1-2(2013): Chemistry in India Part II

    Vol. 67 No. 1-2 (2013)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks the coordinating guest editors Dr. Peter Maienfisch and Prof. Goverdhan Mehta for their great efforts in putting together these extremely interesting and informative issues on Chemistry in India.

  • 2012

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 12(2012): Chemistry in India Part I

    Vol. 66 No. 12 (2012)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks the coordinating guest editors Dr. Peter Maienfisch and Prof. Goverdhan Mehta for their great efforts in putting together these extremely interesting and informative issues on Chemistry in India.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 11 (2012): Molecular Sciences' Outreach Activities

    Vol. 66 No. 11 (2012)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Dr. Farnaz Moser and Dr. Reto Naef for organising a very interesting set of articles on ‘Molecular Sciences’ Outreach Activities’, highlighting the efforts made across Switzerland to interest and encourage young people to participate in the molecular sciences.

    2011 was declared International Year of Chemistry by the UNESCO. Many events were held in Switzerland to allow young people to discover the molecular sciences and raise public awareness about these fields. Various companies from the chemical and pharmaceutical industry in Basel, academic institutions and the Canton Basel-City celebrated the ‘The Festival of Molecules’, during a two-day event at the University of Basel. The title picture shows tomorrow’s scientists at work.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 10 (2012): NMR Spectroscopy in Switzerland

    Vol. 66 No. 10 (2012)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Dr. Matthias Ernst and Prof. Dr. Roland Riek for their efforts in the planning and successful realization of this issue on ‘NMR Spectroscopy in Switzerland’, which provides an in-depth insight into a fascinating and important technique.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 9 (2012): Heterogeneous Catalysis in Switzerland

    Vol. 66 No. 9 (2012)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 07-08(2012): SCS Fall Meeting 2012

    Vol. 66 No. 7-8 (2012)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 6 (2012): Organic Free Radicals

    Vol. 66 No. 6 (2012)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA is very grateful to the guest editor, Prof. Philippe Renaud, for organizing this issue illustrating the depth of interest in the growing research field of ‘Organic Free Radicals’.

    Cover: Three recent reactions described in this issue of CHIMIA developed by Procter (page 399), Movassaghi (page 389) and Chiba (page 377) demonstrating the power of organic free radicals in synthesis.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 5 (2012): Geneva Pharma

    Vol. 66 No. 5 (2012)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA is very grateful to the guest editors, Prof. Eric Allémann and Prof. Muriel Cuendet, for providing this interesting range of articles highlighting the current research activities of the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the Universities of Geneva and Lausanne (EPGL).

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 4 (2012): Laureates: Awards and Honors, SCS Fall Meeting

    Vol. 66 No. 4 (2012)

    Every year the Swiss Chemical Society Fall Meeting gives young research chemists the chance to present their research to the Swiss chemical sciences community. In 2011, at EPFL, 518 chemists took up this opportunity and this issue contains articles by the best oral communication and best poster prize winners, sponsored by the Metrohm Foundation and DSM Nutritional Products respectively.

    The front cover shows a range of reactions catalysed by Nickamine, developed by Prof. Xile Hu, EPFL, the 2011 Werner Prize winner.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 3 (2012): New Professors in Switzerland

    Vol. 66 No. 3 (2012)

    The cover art was kindly provided by Prof. Andrew deMello, ETH Zürich. © Dr. Claire Stanley

    The cover illustrates an artist’s impression of some of the recent and future activities of the deMello group in the field of continuous and segmented flow microfluidics. Specifically, work has focused on developing microfluidic technologies for the analysis of single cells and organisms, nanomaterial synthesis, DNA amplification via the polymerase chain reaction and artificial membrane formation.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 66 No. 1-2 (2012): 30 Years Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

    Vol. 66 No. 1-2 (2012)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to express its gratitude to Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Ernst for organizing this very interesting special issue marking the 30th anniversary of the invention of Scanning Tunneling Microscopy.

    The cover image (5 nm x 5 nm) shows twelve propene molecules that have been arranged into the Swiss Cross on a single crystalline copper surface. © Manfred Parschau, Empa.

  • 2011

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 12 (2011): Chemistry in China

    Vol. 65 No. 12 (2011)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Dr. Peter Maienfisch for the successful realisation of this special issue on Chemistry in China, providing an insight into a flourishing chemistry community.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 11 (2011): NCCR Chemical Biology

    Vol. 65 No. 11 (2011)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank the guest editors Susi Sturzenegger and Professors Kai Johnsson and Howard Riezman for organising this very interesting and informative introduction to the projects and scientists involved in the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) Chemical Biology.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 10 (2011): Institutional Young Fellows

    Vol. 65 No. 10 (2011)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank the guest editor Prof. Christian Bochet for putting together a very interesting range of articles highlighting both young researchers at the start of their independent careers and the institutional instruments that allow for their integration into the Swiss academic system.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 9 (2011): ISIC at EPFL

    Vol. 65 No. 9 (2011)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank the guest editor Prof. Paul Dyson for putting together a very interesting range of articles highlighting the research activities of the Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering (ISIC) at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 7-8 (2011): Fall Meeting 2011

    Vol. 65 No. 7-8 (2011)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 6 (2011): Nutrition Chemistry in Switzerland

    Vol. 65 No. 6 (2011)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank the guest editor Dr. Thomas Netscher for putting together this very interesting and topical range of articles for the special issue on Nutrition Chemistry in Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA  Vol. 65 No. 5 (2011): NCCR MUST : A New Swiss Research Priority in Molecular Ultrafast Science and Technology

    Vol. 65 No. 5 (2011)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA warmly thanks Prof. Dr. Eric Vauthey and his fellow guest editors Prof. Thomas Feurer and Prof. Ursula Keller for their efforts in the planning and suc- cessful realisation of this interesting and topical issue on ‘NCCR MUST: A New Swiss Research Priority in Molecular Ultrafast Science and Technology’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 4 (2011): Laureates: Awards and Honors SCS Fall Meeting

    Vol. 65 No. 4 (2011)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 3 (2011): Hot Topics

    Vol. 65 No. 3 (2011)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 65 No. 1-2 (2011): Glycochemistry Today

    Vol. 65 No. 1-2 (2011)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Prof. Dr. Pierre Vogel for his efforts involved in the successful realisation of this special issue on Glycochemistry Today; an important research field with great potential for the future.

  • 2010

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 12 (2010): Vol. 64 No. 12 (2010): The 550th Anniversary of the University of Basel : Centuries of Excellence in Chemistry

    Vol. 64 No. 12 (2010)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 11 (2010): Swiss Biotech

    Vol. 64 No. 11 (2010)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank the guest editor Domenico Alexakis and his colleagues of the Swiss Biotech Association for providing this interesting overview of biotechnology in Switzerland.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 10 (2010): Mineralogy

    Vol. 64 No. 10 (2010)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to thank the guest editor Prof. Armbruster for putting to- gether a very interesting range of articles for this special topic issue on Mineralogy

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 9 (2010): ILMAC

    Vol. 64 No. 9 (2010)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 7-8 (2010): Fall Meeting 2010

    Vol. 64 No. 7-8 (2010)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 6 (2010): Molecular Electronics

    Vol. 64 No. 6 (2010)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Prof. Dr. Marcel Mayor for the successful realisation of this special issue on Molecular Electronics; a lively interdisciplinary science with great potential for the future.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 5 (2010): Hot Topics

    Vol. 64 No. 5 (2010)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 4 (2010): Young Academics in Switzerland Part III

    Vol. 64 No. 4 (2010)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 3 (2010): Laureates: Awards and Honors, SCS Fall Meeting 2009

    Vol. 64 No. 3 (2010)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 64 No. 1-2 (2010): From Chemical Research to Industrial Applications

    Vol. 64 No. 1-2 (2010)

    On February 6, 2009, a symposium entitled ‘Frontiers in Bioinorganic Chemistry’ was held in honour of Prof. Dr. Daniel Bellus at the University of Basel. On that occasion the idea of a special issue of CHIMIA was conceived, with contributions from scientists who collaborated with Prof. Bellus during some point in their careers. The articles cover a wide range of research areas with the common denominator being chemistry. The title page shows an illustration from Robert Häner’s article ‘Nucleic Acids – Genes, Drugs, Molecular Lego and More’ on chemically modified nucleic acids which find widespread use as tools in research, as diagnostic reagents and even as pharmaceutical compounds (page 14).

  • 2009

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 12 (2009): The 450th Anniversary of the Académie et Université de Genève

    Vol. 63 No. 12 (2009)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 11 (2009): Swiss Chemists in the USA

    Vol. 63 No. 11 (2009)

    t is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks Prof Dr. Christoph Weder for his efforts in the planning and successful realisation of this issue on ‘Swiss Chemists in the USA’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 10 (2009): Metrology in Chemistry

    Vol. 63 No. 10 (2009)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA thanks the guest editor Dr. Samuel Wunderli for the successful realisation of this special issue on Metrology in Chemistry, a topic of fundamental importance to the field and one which is frequently overlooked.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 9 (2009): Aspects of Chemistry at UZH from Werner to the Present Day

    Vol. 63 No. 9 (2009)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 7-8 (2009): Fall Meeting 2009

    Vol. 63 No. 7-8 (2009)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 6 (2009): Biotransformations

    Vol. 63 No. 6 (2009)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 5 (2009): Laureates: SCS Prizes and SCS Mettler-Toledo Awards 2008

    Vol. 63 No. 5 (2009)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 4 (2009): Laureates: SCS Poster Prizes and Dr.-Max-Lüthi-Awards 2008

    Vol. 63 No. 4 (2009)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 3 (2009): Young Academics in Switzerland Part 2

    Vol. 63 No. 3 (2009)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 63 No. 1-2 (2009): Young Academics in Switzerland Part 1

    Vol. 63 No. 1-2 (2009)

  • 2008

  • CHIMIA Vol. 62 No. 12 (2008): Hot Topics

    Vol. 62 No. 12 (2008)

  • CHIMIA Vol. 62 No. 11 (2008): Conservation of Cultural Heritage

    Vol. 62 No. 11 (2008)

    The Editorial Board of CHIMIA would like to express its gratitude to Prof. Stefan Wuelfert for his efforts in organising this special topic issue on the ‘Conservation of Cultural Heritage’.

  • CHIMIA Vol. 62 No. 10 (2008): Polymers and Colloids Division

    Vol. 62 No. 10 (2008)

    It is with great pleasure that the Editorial Board of CHIMIA expresses its warmest thanks to the coordinating guest editors Dr. Bettina Steinmann and Professor Michal Borkovec for their efforts in planning and realising this extremely interesting and informative issue introducing the Polymers and Colloids Division.

  • Vol. 62 No. 9 (2008)

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  • 2007

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