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Nobel prize at FSE

The Nobel Prize was established in 1895 because of the will of Swedish inventor Alfred Nobel. The prizes for peace, chemistry, literature, physics and medicine were first awarded in 1901.

In 1953 and in 2016, a researcher from the Faculty of Science and Engineering won the Nobel Prize.

2016 Prof. Ben L. Feringa has won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of molecular machines.
1953 Prof. Frits Zernike has won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his invention of the phase contrast microscope. He was currently a professor at the RUG.
Prof. Ben Feringa - winner Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2016
Prof. Ben Feringa - winner Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2016
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