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Sander Wezenberg is awarded a VENI grant

18 August 2014

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded a prestigious VENI grant (250,000 € ) to S. J. (Sander) Wezenberg for his project entitled: "supramolecular detection and photodynamic control of substrate chirality". In the next three years, Sander will develop new methods to determine and control the ratio between left- and right-handed molecules, which can offer unprecedented regulatory control over chemical and biological processes.

Last modified:18 August 2014 4.11 p.m.

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