• HYP*MOL member Tanja Gulder receives the Publication Award Fluorine Chemistry
    On 5 September 2023, organic chemist and HYP*MOL member Prof. Tanja Gulder received the Fluorine Chemistry Publication Award at the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry (WiFo) in Leipzig. The prize for outstanding scientific work in the field of fluorine chemistry has been awarded every 2 years since 2011 by the Fluorine Chemistry Working Group of the … Read more
  • International Research Award for HYP*MOL member Christina Lamers
    Christina Lamers, Junior Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the Faculty of Medicine (Leipzig University) and project leader of the HYP*MOL peptide factory, has been awarded the international “Svar Complement Excellence Award” worth 20,000 euros. The scientist from the Institute for Drug Discovery received the prize for her research in the field of the complement system. … Read more
  • TRR HYP*MOL receives Multi-million funding by the German Research Foundation (DFG)
    We are pleased to announce that HYP*MOL has been approved as a Collaborative Research Center / Transregio of the German Research Foundation and will be funded with more than 13 million Euros. From October 2023 to mid-2027, Leipzig University and Chemnitz University of Technology will host this research network of 17 subprojects with a total … Read more
  • Effect known from solid-state physics discovered in biological systems
    A new study with the participation of HYP*MOL spokespersons Georgeta Salvan and Jörg Matysik, the results of which have now been published in the journal Chemical Science, demonstrates a polaron effect in cyanobacteriochromes. It is a light-induced switching process that could be traced in detail over individual sub-process steps, also thanks to innovative sample preparation … Read more
  • Georgeta Salvan joined the Editorial Board of Scientific Reports
    The Deputy Spokesperson of HYP*MOL, Georgeta Salvan became a member of the Editorial Board of Scientific Reports in April 2023. Salvan who is focusing on semiconductor physics, is now active in the journal’s condensed matter physics section. Photo: Jacob Müller