Loreta Muscarella received an NWO XS grant for groundbreaking research project

Loreta Muscarella (ICC) has received an NWO XS grant of 50.000 euro for groundbreaking research into photocatalysis. In this project, indoor pollution will be tackled by developing a smart perovskite-based photocatalyst that can simultaneously degrade a wide variety of indoor pollutants by fully exploiting the indoor light. Read more at: https://www.nwo.nl/en/news/twenty-six-groundbreaking-research-projects-launched-open-competition-domain-science-xs-0 Source: website Inorganic Chemistry and

Reinventing Chemistry Together: Successful anniversary symposium of ARC-CBBC

In ARC-CBBC, industry, academia and government cooperate to redesign the chemical industry, and drastically reduce its environmental footprint. Led by Bert Weckhuysen (UU-ICC), Hans Kuipers (Eindhoven University of Technology) and Nobel-Prize winner Ben Feringa (Groningen University), the consortium celebrated its fifth anniversary on April 22, 2021. Distinguished guests Mona Keijzer, State Secretary for Economic Affairs

Charlotte Vogt selected for Forbes 30 under 30 – Appointed Assistant Professor at Technion, Haifa

ICC-graduate Charlotte Vogt was selected for the prestigious Forbes 30 under 30 Europe 2021 list. Charlotte was selected in the Science and Healthcare section of the list, for her studies of catalytic reactions that can help prevent climate change, including ammonia synthesis and CO­2 reduction. The Forbes list recognizes science and healthcare entrepreneurs that are inventing the future from the atom