FMS Research Center

Publication in Advanced Materials by prof. Jan van Hest and dr. Daniela Wilson

Dr. Daniela Wilson (Radboud University), Prof. Jan van Hest (Eindhoven University of Technology) and co-workers have recently published their results in Advance Materials with an article entitled: Supramolecular adaptive nanomotors with magnetotaxis behavior     Publication details: Fei Peng, Yingfeng Tu, Yongjun Men, Jan C.M. van Hest, Daniela A. Wilson, Supramolecular adaptive nanomotors with magnetotaxis behavior, Advanced […]

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Feringa Building at the University of Groningen

The new Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences building of the University of Groningen will be named Feringa Building in honour of the recently awarded Nobel laureate professor Ben Feringa. Jasper Knoester, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, made the announcement at a Faculty reception held on Friday in honour of Feringa. Prof. Ben Feringa was […]

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Inaugural lecture Prof. Gerard Roelfes (University of Groningen)

Yesterday took place the inaugural lecture of the FMS professor Gerard Roelfes (University of Groningen), who was appointed full professor of Biomolecular Chemistry & Catalysis in May 2015. Professor Roelfes presented a lecture entitled ‘Katalyse: natuurlijk geïnspireerd!” (Catalysis: naturally inspired!) to his colleagues, family, and friends in the Aula of the Academy building, where the ceremony took place. […]

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Nature Chemistry publication by prof. Ben Feringa and colleagues

The Nobel Laureate in chemistry 2016, Prof. Ben Feringa, and co-workers have recently published their results in Nature Chemistry in an article entitled: Dynamic control of chirality and self-assembly of double-stranded helicates with light Publication details: Depeng Zhao, Thomas van Leeuwen, Jinling Cheng and Ben L. Feringa, Dynamic control of chirality and self-assembly of double-stranded helicates with […]

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KNCV education prize to Prof. Wesley Browne

The Royal Netherlands Chemical Society (KNCV) awarded its annual education prize to the FMS professor Wesley Browne (University of Groningen). With the prize he receives the title of  Academic chemistry teacher of the year 2016 and funding to attend an international conference of choice. The KNCV education prize aims to stimulate new initiatives and innovative projects in chemistry education […]

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