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Author: Stephanie Kappes

Jurriaan’s Blooming Tulip Tea: A Dutch-Chinese Fusion

Jurriaan Julsing works as a quality consultant at our Dutch subsidiaries Metrohm Applikon and Metrohm Autolab. But in his spare time, he has developed a product that has nothing to do with chemical analysis—or chemistry in general for that matter. Outside working hours, the Dutchman with a flair for Chinese culture produces blooming tea, a […]

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Metrohm Young Chemist Award Winners Visit Herisau

In Metrohm’s jubilee year, excellent young scientists around the globe were invited to submit their research to their local Metrohm branch to compete for the Metrohm Young Chemist Award. The winners of the national competitions, some of whom have been presented on this blog (e.g., USA, Switzerland, Germany, France, China, and Slovakia), then entered a […]

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Dubai: A City That Breaks All Records

Dubai has become a popular tourist destination in recent years. The combination of 1001 Nights feel, luxury shopping malls, spectacular architecture, and local attractions like camel riding and sandboarding is a brand that sells.  The harbour town Dubai has been a major trade hub for the Middle East since the early 1900s. But it wasn’t […]

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Abu Dhabi: Catching Up on Culture

Abu Dhabi is the political capital of the United Arab Emirates. However, when it comes to tourism and culture, Dubai and Sharjah are generally a step ahead. But Abu Dhabi is catching up. To name just two examples: the country’s largest mosque, the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, opened its doors in the capital in 2007, and […]

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