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Feringa honoured with bronze bust and book

08 June 2018

On Thursday 7 June 2018, Professor Ben Feringa , winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016, was honoured by a bronze bust and the publication of a book (Real Nano). Together with Professor Sibrand Poppema, President of the UG Board, he unveiled the bust in the Academy Building. Both University of Groningen Nobel Laureates, Professor Zernike and Professor Feringa, have now been honoured with bronze busts.

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