Roxanne Kieltyka interviewed by Nemo Kennislink
Chemist Roxanne Kieltyka has been interviewed by Nemo Kennislink in the Dutch article: "Stukjes weefsel kweken is nog heel lastig"
Roxanne Kieltyka elected as one of Talented 12 in chemistry
Leiden chemist Roxanne Kieltyka is part of the 2018 Talented 12 list of the American Chemical Society. That was announced by the journal Chemical & En...
Two graphene layers lean in for a kiss
Leiden physicists and chemists have managed to bring two graphene layers so close together that an electric current spontaneously jumps across. In the...
New insights on graphene
Graphene floating on water does not repel water, as many researchers believe, but rather attracts it. This has been demonstrated by chemists Liubov Be...
DNA as a supramolecular building block
PhD student Willem Noteborn has investigated supramolecular structures. These can be useful for the loading of medicines and signalling molecules rega...
Graphene sensors detect HIV DNA
Leiden and Jülich researchers discovered an elegant and simple approach to improve the sensitivity of graphene biosensors. These so-called ‘next gener...
Travelling through the body with graphene
For the first time researchers have succeeded in placing a layer of graphene on top of a stable fatty lipid monolayer. Surrounded by a protective shel...
European roadmap for graphene applications in science and technology
More than 60 European researchers and industry partners have set out their roadmap for the application of graphene in marketed products. Leiden chemis...
Reading through proteins with graphene: NWO Vidi grant awarded to Dr. Grégory Schneider
While there are numerous and extremely advanced methods to sequence the genome, only a few methods exist to sequence the proteome. The Vidi project of...
Major European subsidy for membrane fusion
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded chemist Dr Alexander Kros a Starting Independent Researcher Grant of 1.4 million euro. He will be usi...