Eye-openers

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Alexander Kostenko – Making the fastest microscale 3D printing technology

2022-08-10T12:06:00+01:00

Photosynthetic has created an algorithm for a 3D printer that can make materials at the microscale by shining tiny beams of light into liquid chemicals that thereby become hard polymers.

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Luuk Maartense ​– Connecting chemistry and biology

2022-05-05T08:33:00+01:00

Synvenio developed a platform to make chemical methods accessible to researchers with limited chemical knowledge.

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Sobhan Neyrizi – Turning carbondioxide into fuel

2022-03-28T10:00:00+01:00

The air is full of CO2. How nice would it be if we could turn that into fuel? 

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Riccardo Levato – Bio-inkts to print living tissues

2022-02-09T09:03:00+00:00

Living cells in the 3D printer, how do you go about it? Riccardo Levato explains it in 1 minute.

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Relement – Vegetable aromatics for durable coatings

2022-01-12T08:15:00+00:00

Start-up from Bergen op Zoom succeeded in developing the one missing aromatic ingredient.

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Caffe Inc. – Environmentally friendly ingredients made from coffee waste

2022-01-04T15:39:00+00:00

Do you know what percentage of a coffee bean actually ends up in your stomach?

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Isabelle Kohler – Mirror images of designer drugs: does it matter?

2021-11-25T11:19:00+00:00

Chirality plays an important role in drugs. Isabelle Kohler investigates left- and right-handed molecules

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Anja Wilmes – Personalised medicine

2021-11-01T08:43:00+00:00

Medicines sometimes work differently for each person. Anja Wilmes investigates possibilities to make medicines more personal.

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Trevor A. Hamlin – The mechanisms of a chemical reaction

2021-08-24T10:17:00+01:00

Understanding the mechanisms behind chemical reactions allows you to use this knowledge to develop products efficiently and sustainably.

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Barbara Zarzycka – Drug design based on 3D structure

2021-08-24T10:17:00+01:00

Barbara Zarzycka studies interactions between drugs and protein structures and tries to predict the effect of (future) medicines.