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Simon Ebbinghaus has received the Junior Faculty Award from the Biophysical Society. © RUB, Marquard

Observing proteins in their natural environment

Without intensive fundamental research, it will never be possible to successfully combat illnesses such as Alzheimer’s or Huntington’s. Simon Ebbinghaus has now been honoured in the USA for his contribution to research.

Prof Dr Simon Ebbinghaus has received the Junior Faculty Award with $2,000 of prize money from the Biophysical Society. The prize was awarded on 11th February 2017 in New Orleans. With this, the Biophysical Society honours scientists at the start of their careers who concern themselves with biomolecular processes in living organisms.

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Leading actor: the solvent

Solvation Science and RESOLV featured in magazine Chemie in unsere Zeit

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