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On the way to understanding amyloid fibrils
In amyloid fibrils, proteins assemble into nanometer-sized columns that have the flexibility of steel. The glue that converts the spaghetti-like proteins to assemble into self-repeating structures that form the fibril More info
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Publ. 27-01-2015 10:53
Hendrik Casimir prize for Jorinde van de Vis and Anne Meeussen
The Casimir Research School yearly awards the Hendrik Casimir Prize to outstanding MSc students. Usually, there are two winners per year. This year the jury had selected three equally outstanding More info

Publ. 08-12-2014 13:54
Ana Achúcarro is one of the six programme leaders that have been awarded by FOM.
FOM has awarded a total of 12 million Euros to six new research programmes. The research groups will work in areas where Dutch physics has a superb international record and More info
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Publ. 26-11-2014 14:39
Casimir PhD positions 2014 awarded to Henk Snijders, Misha Klein, and Tom van der Reep.
Henk Snijders, Misha Klein, and Tom van der Reep each have won a Casimir PhD position. This means that in the coming four years they can carry out the plans More info
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Publ. 07-11-2014 09:48
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