Anna Hirsch of the Bio-Organic Chemistry group has been chosen as the winner of this year’s competition for the Gratama Science Award. The Gratama Science Award is a prize to encourage young scientists who distinguish themselves by their innovative, socially relevant, and challenging research. The Gratama Science Award was installed in 2011 and is awarded each year, alternately to candidates of the universities of Leiden and Groningen, respectively. Anna was nominated by our faculty earlier this year. The awarding ceremony will be on July 4
, during the University’s traditional ‘Summer ceremony”.
Honorary professor Van Roon awarded Senior Jan Glerum Education Prize
Celebrating Excellence in Research: 100 Women of Chemistry
De Rijksuniversiteit Groningen telt per 1 november 2018 31.115 studenten met een ‘actieve eerste inschrijving’ voor een bachelor of masteropleiding. Dit is een stijging van 4,6% ten opzichte van 2017.Het totale aantal studenten dat ingeschreven is aan...