The Max Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung celebrates its 100th birthday with a Centennial Ceremony at the Stadthalle Mülheim. » more
During our Open House Day money was collected for the “Mülheimer Tafel”, a charity organization that provides food for people in need. » more
The Homogeneous Catalysis at the Max Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung is growing: Dr. Bill Morandi will start his own group in the Department. » more
The publishing company Thomson Reuters honors the most frequently cited scientists in the world - the “Highly Cited Researchers”. mong those researchers whose publications are highly cited three chemists from the Max Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung can be found: Alois Fürstner, Ben List and Ferdi Schüth. » more
The German Bunsen Society for Physical Chemistry honors Prof. Walter Thiel, Director at the Max Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung, with the Robert Bunsen Lecture 2014. » more
Prof. Ferdi Schüth is now one of the new Vice Presidents of the Max Planck Society. » more
Where does the specific smell of a lemon come from? How does a fuel cell work? What does chemistry have to do with computers? And how do crystals grow?
At the Open House Day, the Max Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung gave the visitors fascinating insight into the laboratories. » more
The British Royal Society of Chemistry has a new editor for the book series “RSC Energy and Environmental Science”, Dr. Roberto Rinaldi from the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung. » more
Lately there were 37 curious girls at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung to join the yearly „Girls‘ Day“ at which young girls get the opportunity to try out typical male professions. » more
Cerfa (Científicos Españoles en la República Federal de Alemania ) is an
association that has taken on the task of networking in both the Spanish and
German research. » more
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