- The Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities (KHMW) has awarded Leiden Physics PhD student Anne Meeussen the Shell Graduation Prize in Physics, which comes with 5,000 euro in prize money. Every year, KHMW distinguishes young talents with the aim to promote scientific education in technical subjects. Meeussen wins the graduation prize for her research in designing new materials with specific behavior. Recently, she published a paper in Physical Review X.
Casimir PhD student Eduardo Pavinato Olimpio won the Pfizer Prize for Life Sciences, also at a value of 5,000 euro.
Leiden Bachelor student Remi Claessen received a Young Talent ‘Aanmoedigingsprijs’ for Physics and Engineering Physics, including a cash prize of 500 euro.
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Publ. 28-11-2016 14:37