Hendrik Dietz gets Hoechst Lecturer Prize

Prof. Hendrik Dietz and Dr. Andreas Kreimeyer

Prof. Hendrik Dietz received the prize from Dr. Andreas Kreimeyer, leader of the fund’s board of trustees (image: right). (Foto: VCI / ALTANA AG)

Prof. Hendrik Dietz has been awarded the Hoechst Lecturer Prize (“Dozentenstipendium”). The award of the Aventis foundation is offered by the fund of the German chemical industry. Dietz will use the grant to foster his work on biomolecular nanostrucures. He received the prize from Dr. Andreas Kreimeyer, leader of the fund’s board of trustees.

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