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Award Winners in the field of chemistry since 1973

honored for her pioneering research in the fields of organic synthesis, catalysis, and computational elucidation of reaction mechanisms.

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honored for his pioneering achievements in the development and application of optical methodologies in order to visualize and characterize individual biomolecules.

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honored for his research on the synthesis of natural product inspired compounds for the fight against pathogenic bacteria and fundamental studies on bacterial virulence.

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honored for his research in the field of physical chemistry, in particular for his pioneering studies of the electron movement in molecules at the subfemto second time scale.

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honored for his accomplishments in organometallic chemistry, and the late-stage fluorination of biomedically relevant molecules.

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honored for his work in the field of functional organic nanostructures and of photo-switchable units.

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honored for his work on the development of ORCA - a program package for highly efficient calculation of the electronic structure of large molecules.

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honored for his work on synthesis and application of novel, weakly coordinating anions.

honored for his work at the interface between synthetic organic chemistry and biology in the development of automated solid phase synthesis of complex carbohydrates.

honored for his discovery and development of the RNA interference method.

honored for his work in the field of main group chemistry, especially of phosphorus, silicon and sodium.

honored for his work on the structure and function of ribonucleic acids with high affinity.

honored for his work on metal-mediated enantioselective oxidations in organic synthesis.

honored for his work on the synthesis and structure determination within the nitrogen-phosphorus system.

honored for his work on the ubiquitin-dependent proteolysis.

honored for his work on the transition of isolated metal atoms to metallic solids.

honored for his work on the isolation, structure determination and synthesis of acetogenic isoquinoline alkaloids.

honored for his work on the crystallization and structure determination of the photosynthesis system I.

  • Nobel Prize 1988 along with Johann Deisenhofer and Robert Huber

honored for his work on the interpretation of kinetic phenomena at the molecular level.

honored for his work in organometallic chemistry.

honored for his work in physical organic chemistry, particularly for chemistry in the mass spectrometer.

From 1973 to 1978, the Otto Klung Award for outstanding scientific achievements of doctoral candidates at Freie Universität Berlin in the departments of chemistry and physics was awarded to: Klaus-Peter Dinse (physics 1973), Wolf-Dietrich Hunnius and Rolf Minkwitz (chemistry 1974), Michael Grunze (chemistry 1975), Günther Kerker (physics 1976), Wolfgang Lubitz (chemistry 1977), Andreas Gaupp (physics 1978).