Welcome to the website of the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry (Faculty of Chemistry, University of Vienna). Founded in 1960, under Bernhard Keppler, Head of Institute since 1996, our research focuses on selected aspects of Bioinorganic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Environmental- and Radiochemistry, Synthetic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Bioanalytics and Cell Biology and first and foremost the development of new antitumor therapeutics.



The ruthenium-based anticancer agent BOLD-100 just received an Orphan Drug Designation in the treatment of gastric (stomach) cancer from the U.S. Food...


Review article by Tim Grüne et al. in Nature Reviews Chemistry


Samuel Meier-Menches, recently appointed Ass.-Prof. for Translational Precision Analytics in Individualized Medicine, talks about his field of...


The Austrian Chemical-Physical Society awards the "Förderpreis 2021" to two graduates from the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry


The research cluster "Translational Cancer Therapy Research" was successful in a new call by the University of Vienna and Medical University of Vienna...


Christian Kowol presents his newest FWF project "Nanocarrier for anticancer thiosemicarbazones"