by Michael Fontaine, tenure tracker at the GELIFES institute, and colleagues was nominated for the
Omenn Prize 2014
among 27 other papers, and received an honorable mention. The Gilbert S. Omenn Prize is awarded by the International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health for best article published each year on a topic related to evolution in the context of medicine and public health. The prize committee consisted this year of Sarah Tishkoff, Joe Alcock, Noah Rosenberg, and Alison Galvani.
Organic chemists at the University of Groningen have succeeded in integrating numerous unidirectional light-driven rotary motors into a metal-organic framework (a solid material with a 3D cage-like structure). Details of their discovery were published...
This month, about 200 students at the Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Groningen, will have a lecture given by a business executive.
In the so called Business & Student Month, the Bachelor’s students get case studies from current...
On International Women’s Day, 8 March 2019, Prof. Amina Helma
of the Kapteyn Institute , University of Groningen will receive
the Suffrage Science Award at the Royal Society in London. The awards celebrate women in science and engineering and encourage...