Natural Sciences - Chemistry

History - Dec 2
An analysis of archaeological glass beads discovered in sub-Saharan West Africa brings to light the full extent of the region's international trade routes between the 7th and 13th centuries. The origin of glass beads dates back to early ancient times. The chemical composition of the beads and their morphological and technical characteristics can reveal where they come from; this information can then be used to reconstruct the trade channels between glass production areas and the sites where the beads were used at different times.
Life Sciences - Nov 30
Life Sciences

Researchers at the University of Basel have discovered a molecular mechanism that plays a central role in intact long-term memory. This mechanism is also involved in physiological memory loss in old age.

Physics - Nov 24
Physics

Crucial new technologies such as hydrogen production or carbon capture require new catalysts. Experiments show: It's not just the material that matters, but also its atomic surface structure.

Life Sciences - Nov 24
Life Sciences

Two teams of scientists have resolved a longstanding controversy surrounding the origins of complex life on Earth.

Life Sciences - Nov 27
Life Sciences

The cytosolic sensor NLRP1 identifies viruses as non-self and triggers inflammatory responses - The ability to differentiate between self and potentially harmful non-self is vital for the integrity and survival of organisms.

Health - Nov 24

Five University of Chicago researchers were named 2020 fellows of the  American Association for the Advancement of Science  on Nov. 24 for their distinguished contributions to the sciences. Their work has shaped our understanding of the early universe; given scientists innovative tools to peer at the inner workings of cells; shaped the field of quantum chemistry; furthered breakthroughs in immunology and organ transplants; and helped fight the disease toxoplasmosis.

Chemistry - Nov 24
Chemistry

Sustainable processes could replace precious metals in silicone crosslinking - Silicones are tried and tested in the private and professional domains.

Currently 209 Job in field Chemistry.
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Pharmacology - 20.11
Pharmacien ou chimiste (h/f) Institut Fédéral de la Propriété Intellectuelle (IPI), Bern
Life Sciences - 06.11
R&D Engineer in Chemical Sensors (m/f), 100% Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique, Landquart
Health - 01.12
Postdoctoral Researcher in Chemistry Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
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