Prof. S. Otto of the
Stratingh Institute for Chemistry
, will receive EUR 1.5 million for his research project ‘Darwinian evolution of molecules’ in the coming five years. He has been awarded a Vici grant as part of NWO’s Innovational Research Incentives Scheme (‘Vernieuwingsimpuls’). This year there were over 200 applicants for a Vici grant, 128 of whom were invited to further elaborate their proposal. A total of 32 academics, of which 3 at the University of Groningen, have eventually been awarded Vici grants. The Vici grants are intended for ‘excellent, experienced researchers who have successfully developed a new research line and thus established themselves prominently at both national and international levels’, says NWO, the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research.
Helmi has thoroughly inspected the data with sophisticated statistical techniques to validate its quality for scientific use.
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The nominees for the 2022 Gratama Science Award have been announced: DrYuliya Hilevych (Faculty of Arts), Dr Hamidreza Kasaei (Faculty of Science and Engineering), and Dr Lieuwe Zijlstra (University College Groningen). The award is intended as an...
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