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

Wilhelm Huck


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 makes cells ‘tick’.







The Spinoza Prize is the highest Dutch award in science and is given to Dutch researchers who rank among the absolute top of science. It consists in 2,5 million euro to be used to continue their scientific research. The other winners of the 2016 edition of the Spinoza prize are professors Prof. M.G. (Mihai) Netea (Radboud UMC), Prof. L.W. (Lodi) Nauta (University of Groningen), and Prof. B.J. (Bart) van Wees (University of Groningen). (Image from NWO)


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