FMS Research Center

Spinoza prize for Prof. dr. W.T.S. (Wilhelm) Huck – Radboud University Nijmegen

  Prof. dr. W.T.S. (Wilhelm) Huck (1970), professor of physical-organic chemistry at the Institute for Molecules and Materials (Radboud University) and group leader in the FMS Research Center, is one of this year’s Spinoza Prize winners. His work focuses on the physical and complex chemical processes that take place in living cells, in order to elucidate what […]

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Publication in Nature Chemistry by prof. Ben Feringa and co-workers.

Prof. Ben Feringa and co-workers have recently published their results in Nature Chemistry in an article with title: A chemically powered unidirectional rotary molecular motor based on a palladium redox cycle Publication details: Beatrice S. L. Collins, Jos C. M. Kistemaker, Edwin Otten and Ben L. Feringa. A chemically powered unidirectional rotary molecular motor based on a palladium redox cycle, Nature Chemistry (2016), DOI: 10.1038/NCHEM.2543 […]

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Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed. publication by Prof. Wilhelm Huck and collaborators

Prof. Wilhelm Huck (IMM, Radboud University) has published in Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed.the results of a collaborative project with Prof. Scoles. The publication describes a new method for detecting circulating tumor cells based in droplet-based microfluidics. Publication details: Fabio Del Ben, Matteo Turetta, Giorgia Celetti, Aigars Piruska, Michela Bulfoni, Daniela Cesselli, Wilhelm T. S. Huck, Giacinto Scoles. A Method for Detecting Circulating Tumor Cells […]

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Nature Communications publication for prof. Ben Feringa and co-workers

We congratulate Prof. Ben Feringa and co-workers with their recent publication in Nature Communications with the title: Fast, greener and scalable direct coupling of organolithium compounds with no additional solvents Publication details: Erik B. Pinxterhuis, Massimo Giannerini, Valentín Hornillos & Ben L. Feringa. Fast, greener and scalable direct coupling of organolithium compounds with no additional solvents, Nature Communications […]

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