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NWO Klein Grant for Johannes Klein

16 April 2020

Johannes Klein was awarded an NWO KLEIN Grant worth 310k for his project “Bioinspired and Environmentally Benign Halogenations”. The aim of this project is to develop new methods for the preparation of halogenated drugs and agrochemicals, that are of great importance to society. The new approach is inspired by enzymes, microscopic bio-machines that mediate similar reactions in nature.

Last modified:16 April 2020 2.40 p.m.

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