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NWO Vidi grant awarded to Tati Fernández

19 mei 2014

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded the prestigious VIDI grant (800,000 ) to M. A. (Tati) Fernández. This award will allow her to lead a research group within the Stratingh Institute for Chemistry for a period of five years. In her project, entitled "New strategies to sustainable procedures based on metal-catalyzed C-H functionalization", she will focus on the development of new catalysts for the direct and selective functionalization of C-H bonds, a highly attractive strategy to achieve green, clean and efficient transformations.

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