Yulan Chen and Rint Sijbesma in Science

Etienne Ducrot and Costantino Creton of ESPCI Paris Tech, Markus Bulters of DSM Ahead and Yulan Chen and Rint Sijbesma of TU/e ICMS have published their recent work in Science. The article is covered in a Materials Science Perspective by Jian Ping Gong in the same edition of Science Magazine as well. Check the publication […]

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Unique collaboration in Science

Lorenzo Albertazzi, Daan van der Zwaag, Janus Leenders, Robert Fitzner, Remco van der Hofstad and Bert Meijer have published their recent work entitled “Probing Exchange Pathways in One-Dimensional Aggregates with Super-Resolution Microscopy” in Science Magazine. This article is the result of a unique collaboration between mathematicians and chemists. The article can be found via http://www.sciencemag.org/content/344/6183/491 or […]

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Bert Meijer appointed as Academy Professor KNAW

The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) awarded this year’s Academy Professor Prize to ICMS scientific director Bert Meijer and to the biological psychologist Dorret Boomsma of the VU. The award honors the work of scientists who belong to the best of the world, says KNAW. The two scientists will receive a sum […]

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Journal of Materials Chemistry B attention for Björne Mollet and colleagues

Björne Mollet, Marta Comellas-Aragones, Jolanda Spiering, Serge Söntjens, Bert Meijer and Patricia Dankers of TU/e have published their recent work on a modular approach to easily processable supramolecular bilayered scaffolds with tailorable properties in the Journal of Materials Chemistry B. This work has been highlighted on the cover. (J. Mater. Chem. B, 2014, 2, 2483-2493). […]

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Angewandte Chemie publication for prof. Wilhelm Huck and coworkers

Angewandte Chemie publication for researchers of the FMS Research Center. A collaboration between researchers from the IMM (RU) and the ICMS (TU/e)  results in a new experimental method to precisely control concentrations of enzymes and inhibitors in place and time inside layered gels. Check the publication here Publication details: Sergey N. Semenov, Albert J. Markvoort, Tom F. A. […]

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NWO Rubicon for Peter Korevaar of TU/e

NWO has awarded dr.ir. Peter Korevaar of TU/e a Rubicon grant. With this grant Peter will go for two years to the Biomineralization and Biomimetics Lab of prof. Joanna Aizenberg at Harvard University. He will work on materials that can convert a fuel in a continuous movement at macroscale. […]

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Dr. Gerard Roelfes has been awarded a NWO award VICI grant

Dr. Gerard Roelfes, associate professor in the University of Groningen and member of the FMS, has been awarded a VICI grant of EUR 1.5 milion by The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO). The VICI grants are individual grants awarded to ‘outstanding senior researchers who have successfully demonstrated the ability to develop their own innovative lines of research, […]

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The research of Gerard Roelfes in Kennislink

The research of Gerard Roelfes, associate professor in the University of Groningen and member of the FMS Research Center, is highlighted this week in an article in Kennislink (in Dutch). The article entitled ‘What nature can not do with DNA, but we can’ describes the research performed in Roelfes group with DNA-based catalysis. […]

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