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24.08.2016 Cyclotron opens up new prospects for fundamental and applied research in radiopharmaceutical chemistry

New particle accelerator generating radioactive isotopes for use in nuclear chemistry will be employed to create new medical radiopharmaceuticals...>

06.04.2016 100th MINItraceTM Zyklotron at the University Mainz

In the end of 2016, the 100th GE MINItraceTM cyclotron was delivered to the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry at the University of Mainz in Germany and was nicknamed “Lise Meitner” in honor of the Austrian physicist of the same name...>

The Faculty 09 – Chemistry, Pharmacy, and Geosciences –, Institute of Nuclear Chemistry, at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, invites applications for a position as a Junior Professor (m/f) for "radiopharmaceutical chemistry" (salary level W 1 LBesG; with tenure track). The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

We are looking for an outstanding researcher who will work in ongoing and future directions in radiopharmaceutical chemistry...>

27.02.2016 Univ.-Prof. Dr. Frank Rösch receives award from The Society of Nuclear Medicine, India

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Frank Rösch receives award for his dedicated career, contribution to clinical Nuclear Medicine practices, teaching and training...>

31.01.2016 CampusTV visits the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry

A film report about the cyclotron at the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry. Posted by CampusTV Mainz on You Tube ...>

18.12.2015 Mainz University installs a new particle accelerator to be used for fundamental research into radiopharmaceutical chemistry

New cyclotron produces radioactive isotopes for nuclear chemistry to be applied in basic research and the development of clinical applications...>

30.09.2015 German Research Foundation, Rhineland-Palatinate, and Mainz University invest more than EUR 2 million in a cyclotron and its building complex

Groundbreaking ceremony for new cyclotron building at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz / Large-scale research facility enhances the university's strong research profile...>