Dr. Kristina Haslinger, a new Assistant Professor in the Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy (GRIP), received a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship worth EUR 190,000 for her project ‘fORPHAN’. With this project, Dr. Haslinger aims to combine computational and experimental methods into a universal workflow to characterize (‘de-orphanize’) new enzymes in fungi. This research will not only yield biotechnologically relevant catalysts but also provide the bioinformatic foundation for more challenging genome mining projects in fungi that Dr. Haslinger will tackle in the upcoming years at the FSE.
A consortium of businesses and knowledge institutions from the Northern Netherlands join forces on the development of smart agricultural robots. The prototypes will be ready in 2027.
Every two weeks, UG Makers puts the spotlight on a researcher who has created something tangible, ranging from homemade measuring equipment for academic research to small or larger products that can change our daily lives. That is how UG...
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded Vici grants, worth up to €1.5 million each, to Nathalie Katsonis, Edwin Otten and Alexandra Zhernakova. Professor of Coastal Ecology Tjisse van der Heide has also received a Vici grant for research he...
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