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News 2007

Top Talent subsidy to KVI
Published on:01 May 2008
Oscar Versolato has received a Top Talent subsidy from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO.
Rob Timmermans teacher of the year
Published on:13 April 2008
On 13 April, KVI staff member Rob Timmermans received the Education Prize 2006 of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Kamerlingh Onnes prize for KVI student again
Published on:12 March 2008
The Kamerlingh Onnes prize 2005-2006, for the best cum laude student in physics at the University of Groningen in the academic year 2005-2006, has been awarded to Esther Polak.
Van Swinderen prize for KVI PhD graduate
Published on:15 November 2007
The Van Swinderen prize 2007 has been awarded to Dennis Bodewits, who did his PhD research in the Atomic Phyiscs group at the KVI.
Auger Observatory closes in on long standing mystery, links highest-energy cosmic rays with violent black holes
Published on:08 November 2007
Scientists of the Pierre Auger Collaboration, in which the KVI is participating, announced today that active galactic nuclei are the most likely candidate for the source of the highest-energy cosmic rays that hit Earth.
Pierre Auger Observatory shares cosmic-ray data with public and students
Published on:12 July 2007
Scientists of the Pierre Auger Collaboration, in which the KVI is participating, have recently begun the public release of one percent of the cosmic-ray events recorded by the Pierre Auger Observatory in Argentina.
FOM 'Projectruimte' project for research at AUGER
Published on:23 May 2007
The application in the FOM ‘Projectruimte’ Radio detection of ultra-high energy cosmic rays at AUGER in Argentina was awarded.
Veni subsidy to KVI
Published on:05 April 2007
A Veni subsidy was given by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO to Alexandra Biegun.
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