In March it was announced that Annemarie Maan, PhD student in the group of Marleen Kamperman, has been elected facesofscience.nl a series that gives insights on how your life looks like when you become a scientist. Twelve PhD students will report on their daily lives in science, in videos and blogs. They conduct research at various Dutch universities on topics such as hip-hop and Dutch identity, the brains of MS patients, female voices in the history of philosophy, and what happens to migrants when they are expelled from Europe.
Annemarie will talk about her work as a (polymer) chemist. In her PhD project she studies how polymer coatings can prevent dirt from sticking to surfaces. Check out her Faces of Science profile and introcuctory movie.
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