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...
“My greatest achievement has been exchanging the engine of a VW Beetle on a remote countryside road in Denmark, only equipped with a simple toolbox and the book Now I Help Myself. My worst nightmare is sitting in the Festspielhaus in Bayreuth and suffering a Wagner opera ...” This and more about Gernot Frenking can be found on page 2804.
“My favorite time of day is sunrise. I admire spontaneity ...” This and more about Dirk M. Guldi can be found on page 2534.
“My worst nightmare is getting a terrible stomach ache from eating uncooked chicken. My biggest motivation is to share the joy, success, and sometimes failure of research with my students ...” This and more about Koji Hirano can be found on page 2276.
“My biggest motivation is curiosity. The most exciting thing about my research is not knowing what comes next. ...” This and more about Alexander Eychmüller can be found on page 2028.
“The worst advice I have ever been given was not to study chemistry. My favorite song is any song by Fairuz ...” This and more about Ashraf Brik can be found on page 1738.
“My motto is ‘If it were easy, someone would have already done it.’ I advise my students to work hard and play hard ...” This and more about Mark J. MacLachlan can be found on page 1478.
“My biggest motivation is to be the best in whatever I do. I lose track of time when I start brainstorming for a new idea. ...” This and more about Teck-Peng Loh can be found on page 1194.
“My favorite food is huo guo (hotpot). The most exciting thing about my research is to make it after hundreds of failures ...” This and more about Huisheng Peng can be found on page 918.
“My favorite quote is: “imagination is more important than knowledge” (Einstein). If I could be any age I would be I would be same age, but young at heart. ...” This and more about Weihong Tan can be found on page 626.
“In a spare hour, I play the saxophone. My favorite saying is: hmm, did you already try adding HMPA or AIBN? ...” This and more about Adriaan J. Minnaard can be found on page 358.
“I would have liked to have discovered a new element. The most exciting thing about my research is working closely with young co-workers and watching their transition from science students into scientists. ...” This and more about Steven H. Strauss can be found on page 34.