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Erika Andersson has received the 2018 Bo Rydin Foundation Award for Best Master’s Thesis within the strategic areas of SCA: personal hygiene products, tissue paper and forest products. Erika’s thesis title was Dissolution...[more]


Karin Schillén, Division of Physical Chemistry, has been offered a Guest Professorship at the Department of Chemistry, Sapienza University of Rome from the Sapienza Visiting Professor Programme 2018 with a contribution of 9,000...[more]


Axel Rüter, PhD student at the Division of Physical Chemistry, received the ECIS-Substantia 2018 Young Scientist Award at the annual meeting of the European Colloid and Interface Society, in Ljubljana. The prize is awarded...[more]


Felix Roosen-Runge, researcher at the Division of Physical Chemistry, has received the Wolfram Prandl prize 2018 of the Committee Research with Neutrons in Germany. The prize is awarded “for his studies on...[more]


Brett Pogostin, 2018 graduate from Haverford College in Pennsylvania, USA, has received a Fulbright award to spend one year at the Division of Physical Chemistry.  [more]


The Knut and Alice Wallenberg (KAW) project on "Anisotropic Forces in Colloid Chemistry” has been running for two and a half years now and we are organising a mid-term meeting where the current state of the project will be...[more]


Niels Boon, researcher at the Division of Physical Chemistry, has received the University’s honorary prize for future innovations. The prize, amounting to SEK 35,000, is awarded for the project “Total electric desalination...[more]


"For his outstanding contributions to our understanding and applications of the fundamental molecular interactions and forces in complex colloidal, soft-matter, and self-assembling systems." [more]


Professor Tommy Nylander at the Division of Physical Chemistry is the 2017 recipient of the Norblad-Ekstrand medal, presented by the Swedish Chemical Society. [more]


So-called lock-and-key interactions, i. e., the preferred association of molecular building blocks with complementary shapes, are omnipresent in biology, where they for example describe the interactions between enzymes and their...[more]

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