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International biocat Award for Marco Fraaije

06 September 2018
In the middle the three Biocat awardees for “Life-time achievement”, “Science, and “Industry”; second from the left Prof. Marco W. Fraaije. Foto: TUHH/C. Bittcher
In the middle the three Biocat awardees for “Life-time achievement”, “Science, and “Industry”; second from the left Prof. Marco W. Fraaije. Foto: TUHH/C. Bittcher

Prof. Marco Fraaije of the Groningen Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology Institute (GBB) has been awarded the 2018 biocat Award – Science. Since 2004 the biocat Award is given to outstanding individuals to acknowledge their achievements in the field of biocatalysis. He received his award in the course of the International Congress on Biocatalysis at Hamburg. This prize, which is awarded in the categories “Science”, and “Industry”, is among the most prestigious awards in the field of biotechnology.

Former awardees of the biocat Award–Science are Don Hilvert, Yasuhisa Asano, Nicholas Turner, Jon Stewart, Romas Kaszlauskas, Uwe Bornscheuer, and Byung-Gee Kim.

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Last modified:12 September 2018 6.27 p.m.

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