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7 January 2019
The European Union has awarded 10 million euro to a consortium in the field of mass spectrometry based proteomics research
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17 December 2018
ECHO grants offer researchers the opportunity to develop creative, risky ideas that can be the seed for research themes of the future.
12 December 2018
The 3D-buildup has been identified of the enzyme that protects us against nerve gas, drugs and obesity. It will finally make production in the lab possible.
Glycomics
10 December 2018
Ten chemical steps, instead of 100
5 November 2018
A new, fast, and easy way to see whether changes to the recipe or shape of a catalyst have positive or negative effects
8 October 2018
Shutting down this protein complex makes it impossible for the outer membrane to maintain itself, causing the bacteria to die.
28 September 2018
Utrecht Molecular Immunology Hub: interview Janine Schuurman: New persepectives and new ideas
Albert Heck
28 September 2018
Interview with Albert Heck, initiator of the Utrecht Molecular Immunology Hub:
Illustratie van het poriëncomplex gevormd door Lipide II en het antimicrobiële peptide nisine
27 September 2018
An advanced new NMR Research method means a breakthrough for research into a promising class of alternative antibiotics
Professor Joshua Coon
18 September 2018
Professor Coon is one of the most prominent researchers in Proteomics worldwide.
3 September 2018
Both Albert Heck and Wim Goettsch will lead a large European research project, Alexandre Bonvin and Aletta Kraneveld both are partner in a project
Dr. Robert de Vries, Universiteit Utrecht
3 September 2018
Robert de Vries was awarded an ERC Starting Grant for research into a fundamental better vaccine for a dangerous type of flu
Biosimilar
20 August 2018
With EPO as a showcase, the researchers foresee that their method will generally enable the development and production of custom-designed biological medicines.
Albert Heck
3 July 2018
Albert Heck is to receive two international distinctions this summer for his work in biochemistry and mass spectrometry.
7 June 2018
Resistant cells of a certain type of cancer defend themselves against chemotherapy by changing the way they use their nutrients.

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