Dr. Johannes Klein (Stratingh Institute for Chemistry in Groningen), Dr. Daniël Broere (Utrecht University) and Prof. Vera Krewald (Technical University of Darmstadt) are the laureates of the Lorentz Chemistry Competition 2019/2020. Their proposal on "Bio-Inorganic Chemistry" was very well received by the evaluation committee, who found the topic of small molecule activation highly relevant and appreciated that the participants are a mix of experimentalists and theoreticians from different disciplines.
The winners were celebrated at the CHAINS conference on December 9th in Veldhoven. A workshop on the topic suggested by the laureates will be organized in August 2020 at the venue Lorentz Center@Snellius in Leiden, with the Lorentz professional support organization (under the philosophy ‘you do the research, we do the rest’).
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