This Sunday, the Zernike Campus in Groningen was taken over by pupils and parents. They were all there for Zpannend Zernike, the open day for the science buildings. One of the participating institutions was the Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (KVI), which conducts world-leading research into the smallest particles in nature. There were all sorts of fun ways to learn about the research being conducted at KVI, as well as seeing the sights, such as the AGOR particle accelerator.
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Prof. Maria Antonietta Loi of the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials (ZIAM) has been awarded a Materials NL Changes grant by the NWO.
Dr. Francesco Maresca has been granted a Materials NL Challenges grant by NWO.
Pharmacy student Lisa Marie Smale awarded Dr Saal van Zwanenberg Prize