Publications in Angewandte and Nature Nanotech in Sijbren Otto’s group

Prof. Sijbren Otto (Otto lab) from the University of Groningen and colleagues have recently published in Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed. and in Nature Nanotechnology (review). See publications details below: Publications: Elio Mattia and Sijbren Otto, Supramolecular systems chemistry, Nature Nanotechnology 10, 111-119 (2015) doi:10.1038/nnano.2014.337 Piotr Nowak, Vittorio Saggiomo, Fatemeh Salehian, Mathieu Colomb-Delsuc, Yang Han and Sijbren Otto, Localized Template-Driven Functionalization […]

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Two million euro grant for Prof. Alan Rowan and colleagues

The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMW) has awarded a two million euro grant to Prof. Alan Rowan to turn his hydrogel made out of helical polymers (Nature, 2013) into biomimetic active wound dressings for direct application by the clinicians in burns and deep ulcer wounds. For more information check here. […]

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Nature Chemistry for Wilhem Huck, Tom de Greef and co-workers

The research on ‘Oscillating enzymatic systems’ of Prof. Wilhelm Huck (IMM, Radboud University) and co-workers in collaboration with Tom de Greef (ICMS, TU/e) was published yesterday online in Nature Chemistry. Publication: Sergey N. Semenov, Albert S. Y. Wong, R. Martijn van der Made, Sjoerd G. J. Postma, Joost Groen, Hendrik W. H. van Roekel, Tom F. A. […]

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Registration open for SysChem 2015

SysChem2015 is an international meeting on Systems Chemistry, covering topics ranging from the origin of life / de novo life (synthetic cells) to oscillating reactions and (far-from-equilibrium) supramolecular chemistry. This year’s meeting is co-organized between the EU COST Action CM1304 uniting 80 European research groups active in the field of Systems Chemistry and the Dutch […]

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Poster prizes CHAINS 2014 to four PhD students in FMS groups

Four of the six poster prizes awarded during the second edition of CHAINS on 17-18 November 2014, went to PhD students from groups members of the FMS Research Centre. Congratulations to Wouter Engelen (TU/e, Biomedical Chemistry), Marcel Scheepstra (TU/e, Chemical Biology), Ruud Peters (RU, Bio-Organic Chemistry), and Daniël Schoenmakers (RU, Cluster for Molecular Chemistry). For more information check […]

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Interviews to Prof. Wilhelm Huck and Prof. Sijbren Otto in Kennislink

Professors Wilhelm Huck and Sijbren Otto, from the Radboud University and University of Groningen respectively, have been recently interviewed in the scientific website Kennislink. These interviews are part of the theme page ‘Leven bouwen met moleculen‘ (‘Build life with molecules’), page dedicated to functional molecular systems. You can read the interviews here (only in Dutch): […]

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Cope Scholar Award 2015 for Prof. Ben Feringa

Prof. Ben Feringa (Stratingh Institue for Chemistry, RUG) has been granted with a Arthur C. Cope Scholar award 2015. The Arthur C. Cope Scholar award, sponsored by the Arthur C. Cope fund and administered by the ACS, aims to recognize and encourage excellence in organic chemistry. The Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award 2015 recipients will be honored […]

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Veni grants awarded to Lorenzo Albertazzi and Sander Wezenberg

Lorenzo Albertazzi (ICMS, TU/e) and Sander Wezenberg (Stratingh Institute for Chemistry, RUG) have been awarded a Veni grant by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). The Veni grant is part of the Innovational Research Incentives Scheme run by NWO for talented researchers to start their academic career. This individual grant is worth a maximum  of 250,000 […]

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