Wesley Browne, professor and chair of the Department of Molecular Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Groningen, has won the KNCV Education Award in 2016 (KNCV: Royal Dutch Chemical Association). The prize was awarded on November 5th at the Chemistry Conference in Woudschoten. According to Fer Coenders, jury chairman of the Education Award, Browne has made an enormous contribution to the development and implementation of the chemistry curriculum in Groningen. Moreover, Browne has excellent teaching qualities. He knows how to explain complex chemistry processes visual.
The KNCV Education Award is awarded alternately each year to teachers in secondary education, vocational education (MBO and HBO), and university education. In 2016, science education at the turn. The awards offers the opportunity to visit a congress of choice.
Four and a half years ago, he received the Nobel Prize. During the award ceremony in Stockholm, Ben Feringa made a resolution: I will put science on the map. His mission is being given a new boost with the establishment of the Ben Feringa Fund,...
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On 26 April, Amina Helmi (Bahia Blanca, Argentina, 1970) was appointed Knight in the Order of the Dutch Lion. She is Professor of Dynamics, Structure and Formation of the Milky Way at the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, which is part of the Faculty...
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