Tassos Perrakis studies the structure of proteins to understand how they interact and how that impacts cancer.
Eddytec has developed an efficient method to quickly assess carbon fibre composites.
Suzan Stelloo studies proteins to reveal what causes birth defects.
Harith Gurunarayanan is developing a tiny sensor that can monitor and analyse in real time the molecules produced during high-temperature reactions.
Fabian Eisenreich is investigating how we can use light to break down plastic to reduce the amount of plastic waste that pollutes our environment.
Roy van der Meel is investigating whether he can use natural building blocks such as fats to transport mRNA codes around the body.
Arnon Lesage is developing a flexible film that can convert sunlight according to the specific needs of each plant.
Thomas Hansen uses computer simulations to design new tools for assembling molecules in advance.
The earlier cancer is detected, the better the patient’s chances of survival. Nienke van Dongen uses microfluidic chips to detect cancer DNA in urine.
Arnaud Thevenon creates plastics with a closed life cycle to ensure a sustainable future with plastics.
Veridis is developing a technique to determine which types of plastic are in our waste.
Catalysts are the secret ingredients that speed up reactions, but it takes chemists tens of thousands of tries to find a good catalyst recipe. David Rieder uses a computer to become a better cook.
Olivier Segers works with genetically modified bacteria that can produce melanin like tiny factories
A lot of catalytic reactions happen by means of nanoparticles. Sven Askes uses light and nanoparticles to steer reactions in the right direction.
Barbara Malheiros uses DNA to create exotic materials such as smarter biosensors and diagnostic tools.
Johan Visser is working on an adhesive bioplastic that could increase the capacity of greenhouses.
Making solid cross-linked coatings requires high temperatures. Tizian Ramspoth is on a quest to find out how we can coat plastic or wood.
Wood needs a protective coating to be preversed and remain beautiful. How can we do this in an eco-friendly way? Stephanie Rensink investigates a special fungal coating that protects wood from the sun.
Sustainables has an easy way to clean Eppendorf tubes, test tubes and pipette tips so that you can reuse them.