Plastic, fantastic? Bert Meijer gives a lecture about our future world with(out) plastics at Universiteit van Nederland
Congratulations to Dr. Tobias Schnitzer for being awarded both ETH medal for outstanding doctoral thesis and Nachwuchspreis 2020 of the Max-Bergmann Kreis for his PhD thesis “Proline-rich Peptides – From Catalysts to Metal Organic Frameworks”.
On the occasion of his royal distinction, an interview with Bert Meijer in the Cursor about his love for molecules and his career at TU/e.
Een interview met Bert Meijer in de Cursor over zijn liefde voor moleculen en zijn carrière bij de TU/e, ter ere van zijn koninklijke onderscheiding.
How are the homeworkers doing now, 8 months after the first appeal to work from home? Brigitte Lamers looks back on her experiences in the Cursor.
Research from the Meijer group made it to the front cover of JACS! The manuscript “Supramolecular Double Helices from Small C3 Symmetrical Molecules Aggregated in Water” is also the 125th publication of Bert Meijer in this journal.
The Meijer group compliments Jesús Mosquera, a former group member, on being awarded with with the Ramon y Cajal fellowship. We wish him all the best for his career in Spain!
Olga Goor, a former PhD student in our group, now works at Chemelot where she has been working on a “pilot plant for everyone”. You can read more about it in C2W.(photography by Patrick Marx)
On June 26th, 2020 Mathijs Mabesoone has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled “Competitive Solvent Interactions in Supramolecular Polymerizations”. Congratulations Dr. Mabesoone!
Lioba Heidendael, a former MSc student in our group, crossed the border for her industrial internship in Belgium. Read all about her experiences at our friendly neighbours in the T-licht!
How is it to work from home as a PhD student during these quarantine times? Brigitte Lamers shares her experiences in the Cursor. And as it turns out, “it is very nice to write at home, without any distractions”.
Bert Meijer was honored with the title Commander of the Order of the Netherlands Lion, an exceptional royal distinction, for his remarkable work in organic chemistry and his pioneering research on supramolecular polymers. Congratulations Bert! (photography by M54 Beeldcreaties)
On October 31st, 2019 Marcin Ślęczkowski has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled “Supramolecular Polymer Chemistry and the Active Role of Solvents in Molecular Assembly”. Congratulations Dr. Ślęczkowski!
Bert Meijer spoke as a keynote speaker at Axalta’s Distinguished Lecture Series about the balance between covalent and non-covalent synthesis to obtain functional nanomaterials.
Bert Meijer presented the 2019 Saul Winstein Lecture at UCLA about non-covalent synthesis of supramolecular systems and materials.
Bert Meijer has been awarded with an honorary doctorate for his work in the field of supramolecular polymer science by The Freie Universität Berlin.
Congratulations to Elisabeth Weyandt, who received the poster prize at the 14th International Symposium on Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry
How great would it be if a phone screen could repair itself? Ghislaine Vantomme explains her research at eye-openers, an online stage for scientists where they tell about their research and what inspires them.
How does a news reporter perceive a basic course in chemistry given by Bert Meijer? Read more about the topic in the recent article from the Cursor newspaper! (photography by Bart van Overbeeke)
The Meijer group compliments Ghislaine Vantomme on her appointment as assistant professor. We wish her the best for fostering her headway and are excited to see the future of responsive materials, soft robotics and non-covalent chemistry!
Bert Meijer appointed as honorary member of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society .(KNCV)
Meijerlab members publish in Nature.
Bert Meijer received the Humboldt Research Award from Professor Pape – President of the Alexander van Humboldt Foundation.
Meijerlab present at the Molecular Machines Nobel Prize Conference 2017.
Marle Vleugels and Martin van Son revealed amino acids present in the repeated Urey-Miller experiment during the FMS annual meeting.