Impressions


August 25, 2021

Plastics in everyday life. Where are they hidden everywhere?
August 25, 2021

Sneakers made from pineapple fibre is a best-practice example of alternative materials.
August 25, 2021

What is biodegradable, what is not?
August 25, 2021

A fictional dialogue between the Nobel Prize winner Staudinger and a teenager at the audio station.
August 25, 2021

What is hidden behind the peephole?
August 25, 2021

A prototype on the subject of foldable sun protection.
August 25, 2021

Which plastic takes 450 years to degrade in the sea?
August 25, 2021

What connects synthetic polymers with natural polymers?
August 25, 2021

At the opening ceremony, PhD students showed polymer structures! Here a copolymer.

 
August 25, 2021

The Polymer Trail team officially opened the path on 3.9.2021: Christine Rosenauer, Prof. Dr Frederik Wurm, Ulrike Schneider, Prof. Dr Katharina Landfester and Dr Svenja Morsbach (from left to right).
 
August 25, 2021

Dancers from the Staatstheater Mainz interpreted an amorphous polymer structure at the opening ceremony.

 
August 25, 2021

Christine Rosenauer guides a first-year student of the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, Construction/Real Estate Management course, along the path.
 
August 25, 2021

What do balancing discs have to do with SDGs?

 
August 25, 2021

The technical cycle to go through.

 
August 25, 2021

Plastics and medicine? The artist Monika Linhard shows how and where.

 
August 25, 2021

A walk-in chemical structure.
August 25, 2021

What does this model tell us?
August 25, 2021

Prof. Dr Katharina Landfester tells one of the many “fun facts” in the history of polymer research.
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