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Together with 25 other experts, Prof. Robert Schlögl, Director of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry, will advise the Federal Government on the subject of hydrogen. more

For the longest time, data about molecules was hidden in analogue media and therefore widely inaccessible for researchers. Now, molecular physicists at the Fritz Haber Institute have created a database to make spectroscopic information on molecules available at the touch of a button. more

Due to the slowed spread of the virus in Germany, the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society has partly re-instated its office hours, while continuing appropriate safety measures. more

An international team for the first time observed the formation of a metallic conduction band in electrolytes using photoelectron spectroscopy. This allowed a deeper insight into the behaviour of electrolytes and so-called dissolved or solvated electrons, which play an important role in a large number of large-scale industrial chemical processes. The work is published in Science. more

The Austrian physicist is honoured for her outstanding accomplishments in the field of surface science. more

On 13th April, the German National Academy of Sciences published its third ad-hoc statement on the corona pandemic. FHI Director Robert Schlögl was part of the working group that recommends sustainable action and the expansion of renewable energies. more

The "electron dynamiχ" group leader from the Department of Physical Chemistry was appointed professor by the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin on April 1st, 2020. more

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