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New Nobel Lab 360°: Ben Feringa

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New Nobel Lab 360°: Ben Feringa

Our latest Nobel Lab 360° features 2016 Nobel Laureate Ben Feringa. The virtual tour through the Feringa lab at the University of Groningen leads from the laureates office, via the synthesis lab to the light lab. Along the way, Ben Feringa and his team tell you about the molecular machines that they design.  

Die Freude am Entdecken

Ben Feringa

Die Freude am Entdecken

Chemienobelpreisträger Ben Feringa beschreibt seine persönlichen Eindrücke von #LiNo17. Chemienobelpreisträger Ben Feringa beschreibt seine persönlichen Eindrücke von #LiNo17.

The Joy of Discovery

Ben Feringa

The Joy of Discovery

Ben Feringa, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2016, provides some personal impressions from the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.Ben Feringa, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2016, provides some personal impressions from the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

From Copper Photocatalysts to Chemical Topology

Melissae Fellet

From Copper Photocatalysts to Chemical Topology

For Jean-Pierre Sauvage, novelty, teamwork and adventure drove advances in synthesising molecular chains and knots For Jean-Pierre Sauvage, novelty, teamwork and adventure drove advances in synthesising molecular chains and knots

Sketches of Science

Melissae Fellet

Sketches of Science

When Nobel Laureates come to Lindau, photographer Volker Steger presents each with a surprise task. When Nobel Laureates come to Lindau, photographer Volker Steger presents each with a surprise task.

Ben Feringa: die molekularen Maschinen der Zukunft

Susanne Dambeck

Ben Feringa: die molekularen Maschinen der Zukunft

Wie molekulare Materie laufen lernt: Der Chemienobelpreisträger Ben Feringa hält den ersten #LiNo17-VortragWie molekulare Materie laufen lernt: Der Chemienobelpreisträger Ben Feringa hält den ersten #LiNo17-Vortrag

Ben Feringa: Molecular Machines of the Future

Susanne Dambeck

Ben Feringa: Molecular Machines of the Future

Turning lifeless matter into moving molecules - Nobel Laureate Ben Feringa gave the first lecture #LiNo17 Turning lifeless matter into moving molecules - Nobel Laureate Ben Feringa gave the first lecture #LiNo17

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016: “New chemical bonds are few and far between”

Susanne Dambeck

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016: “New chemical bonds are few and far between”

Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa were awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry "for the design and synthesis of molecular machines".Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa were awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry "for the design and synthesis of molecular machines".

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016: The World’s Smallest Machines

Susanne Dambeck

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016: The World’s Smallest Machines

Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa have developed nanoscale molecular machines - that have the potential to revolutionise technology.Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa have developed nanoscale molecular machines - that can revolutionise technology.