Angewandte Chemie International Edition
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Authors presented on this page have recently published their 10th, 25th, 50th, or 100th article within the last ten years in Angewandte Chemie. Find out interesting facts and trivia about them...
„When I'm frustrated, I play the guitar. I can never resist any new and fascinating scientific discovery ...“ This and more about Pi-Tai Chou can be found on page 4998.
“My biggest motivation is exploring the world of chemistry. I lose track of time when I discuss with my students and ‘travel’ in the world of chemistry ...” This and more about Jin-Heng Li can be found on page 4704.
“My favorite painter is Jan Vermeer. The most important thing I learned from my students is self-motivation ...” This and more about Shi Zhang Qiao can be found on page 4426.
“My favorite author (fiction) is V. S. Naipaul (A House for Mr. Biswas). I would have liked to have discovered the zipper—brilliant, flexible, versatile, and essential. Simple, yet intricate ...” This and more about Varinder K. Aggarwal can be found on page 4150.
“My favorite saying is ‘Curiosity makes us young’. My favorite drink is green tea from Japan, Taiwan, or China ...” This and more about Tamio Hayashi can be found on page 3854.
“In a spare hour, I play the Stratocaster. The natural talent I would like to be gifted with is being really good at playing the Stratocaster ...” This and more about Gisbert Schneider can be found on page 3548.
“My favorite composer is Richard Wagner. I really enjoy the orchestrations in his operas. If I could be any age I would be my current age. I always feel that we are doing our best work at the present time ...” This and more about James A. Dumesic can be found on page 3172.
“I advise my students to see the world and keep an open mind. My favorite quote is ‘Never try to discourage thinking for you are sure to succeed’ (Bertrand Russell) ...” This and more about Todd B. Marder can be found on page 2882.
“The best advice I have ever been given is to be prepared for the unexpected. The worst advice I have ever been given was not to try something because it had been tried before ...” This and more about David Scheschkewitz can be found on page 2586.
“If I had one year of paid leave I would work for a Buddhist temple on a mountain whilst studying to become a priest. In a spare hour, I listen to ‘new wave’ music ...” This and more about Norio Shibata can be found on page 2318.
“My favorite music is Tchaikovsky's ballet music. The most exciting thing about my research is directly observing the behavior of my favorite molecules ...” This and more about Masayuki Endo can be found on page 2002.
“I admire people who do more and talk less. If I could be anyone for a day, I would be a farmer and plant green vegetables ...” This and more about Jingsong You can be found on page 1704.
“My favorite food is Mongolian-style barbeque lamb. If I won the lottery, I would go traveling. ...” This and more about Chunhai Fan can be found on page 1400.
“In a spare hour, I exercise on the treadmill. My motto is ‘be low-key, work high-key’ ...” This and more about Zhiqun Lin can be found on page 1072.
“In a spare hour, I like to read the news. My favorite quote is ‘Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.’ (Samuel Beckett) ...” This and more about Shih-Yuan Liu can be found on page 726.
“My motto is ‘the journey is as important as the destination’. The secret of being a successful scientist is recruit co-workers smarter than yourself ...” This and more about Michael S. Sherburn can be found on page 392.