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Sijbren Otto is awarded a TA-NEWPOL grant

01 February 2016

Sijbren Otto is awarded a 250.000 TA-NEWPOL grant. These grants aim at developing new polymer materials which meet the social and industrial need for sustainability and multifunctionality.

Self -synthesizing gels

This research aims to develop new gels that form from simple building blocks. The build-up process can be controlled so that the gels have the desired structure and properties. The investigators wish to apply the resulting materials as media for the growth of cells in three dimensions.

Last modified:26 February 2016 5.30 p.m.

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