ZEIT Campus published an article about the top research of the JGU Mainz, highlighting projects like SusInnoScience. In this initiative we are striving to find sustainable chemical solutions for material development, raw material supply, energy conversion and production processes.
Recently published in Science: Merging shuttle reactions and paired electrolysis for reversible vicinal dihalogenations
In collaboration with the Morandi group in the ETH Zürich we recently presented an electrolytic shuttle reaction for dihalides enabling the remediation of lindane-contaminated soil. The project gains high interest and was already highlighted by nature catalysis, c&en, ChemistryViews, FAZ, our university and the ETH Zürich.
X. Dong, J. L. Röckl, S. R. Waldvogel, B. Morandi, Merging shuttle reactions and paired electrolysis for reversible vicinal dihalogenations, Science, 2021, 371, 507–514. [DOI: 10.1126/science.abf2974]
The worldwide demand for vanillin is not covered by natural deposits, the major part is obtained synthetically through a process that is harmful to the environment. Researchers at the Mainz University developed a process to produce vanillin from wood waste in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way. The team around Prof. Waldvogel uses an electroorganic method as a green alternative.
Vanillin aus Holzabfällen - 17:30live Rheinland Pfalz/Hessen
A jury of experts elected ESy-Labs as the winner of the CHEManager Innovation Pitch 2019. ESy-Labs is a startup co-founded by Prof. S. R. Waldvogel and is concerned with electrosynthesis.
At the 70th annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry in Durban, Anna Rauen was honoured with the poster award for the remarkable presentation of her poster thematizing the 'Electroorganic Synthesis of Bio-based Carboxylic Acids'. Congratulations!
|Prof. S. R. Waldvogel was awarded with the Jaroslav Heyrovsky Prize for Molecular Electrochemistry by the International Society of Electrochemistry for his innovative and outstanding contributions to the field of organic electrosynthesis.|
In the Innovation Pitch category of CHEManager Siegfried R. Waldvogel (CTO) and Tobias Gärtner (CEO) as well as Volker Sieber (consultant) gave an insight into ESy-Labs and its roadmap for future.
Ephraim Prantl honoured with Poster Award at „21st JCF Frühjahrssymposium & 2nd European Young Chemists' Meeting“ in Bremen
Ephraim Prantl was honoured with the poster award for the outstanding presentation of his poster at "21st JCF Frühjahrssymposium & 2nd European Young Chemists' Meeting" in Bremen. Congratulations!