The Federation of European Biochemical Societies has awarded Dr. Kristina Haslinger, Assistant Professor in the Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy (GRIP), the prestigious Excellence Award 2021 for early career principal investigators, worth EUR 100,000.
This award is to be used for her investigation of the microbiome of medicinal plants in order to understand how microbes contribute to the production of specialized metabolites in plants. This project is part of a new research line that Dr. Haslinger began in early 2020 at the University of Groningen.
In a first for the region, highly threatened sharks and rays have been tagged and released by scientists in the Bijagós Archipelago, off the coast of Guinea-Bissau in West Africa.
On Tuesday 17 May, UG researcher Chongnan Ye will obtain his PhD for his research on new versatile polymers.
Maarten Loonen leads new polar expedition with scientists, journalists, policymakers and tourists.
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