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ONE FLOW meeting in Delft

07-10-2019

Recently, we've had our biannual meeting with all the collaborators from the ONE-FLOW project. The meeting took place at the Technical University Delft, The Netherlands and was hosted by Prof. dr. Ulf Hanefeld and Dr. Fabio Tonin. During this event, the progress of all partners was discussed thoroughly and resulted in even more idea's...

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ONE-FLOW contribution to EU Horizon 2020 - Future Tech Week

04-10-2019

Our ONE Flow program develops a revolutionary concept that can change the way complex molecules are prepared #EICFTW@FET_EU We posted a short movie about our aim for the Future Tech Week:   If you are interested in more research of the ONE-FLOW project, we'd love to refer you to our results...

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Dr. Daniel Fitzpatrick will give a keynote lecture at the 13th International CeBiTec Symposium

03-10-2019

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Daniel Fitzpatrick of the Cambridge University will present some of his of ONE-FLOW work at the 13th International CeBiTec symposium in Bielefeld Germany. This year's subject is about Multi-Step Syntheses in Biology & Chemistry, which fits perfectly within the ONE-FLOW program.   Are...

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ONE-FLOW attended ECIS 2019 in Leuven, Belgium

13-09-2019

One of our groupmembers, Dr. Ana Maria Bago Rodriguez attended this weeks ECIS 2019 in Leuven, Belgium. During this congress, Ana Maria presented her work about catalytically active Pickering Emulsions! The presented poster caught a lot of attention of the audience, so people see the real benefit of this innovative...

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Dr. Ana Maria Bago Rodriguez visited Bielefeld University!

06-09-2019

Past august, Ana Maria visited Bielefeld University as part of one of the collaborations! During her visit in Germany, she evaluated the potential of Pickering Emulsions to carry our biocatalytic reactions. This work was conducted together with Prof. dr. Harald Gröger and Lukas Schober.  Do you want to read more about the...

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Dr. Daniel Fitzpatrick visited the Radboud University

31-08-2019

Last summer, Dr. Daniel Fitzpatrick visited the Radboud University to apply digital controllers in a flow setup. By implementing this state-of-the-art equipment the flow chemistry could be conducted on a faster and efficient manner. Are you more interested in digital ONE-FLOW chemistry? Take a look at our results section, or...

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