The Royal Netherlands Chemistry Society (KNCV) awards the KNCV Golden Master Award each year to the best Master’s research project. The Master’s thesis must relate to research in the field of chemistry, life sciences, process technology or (bio-)molecular sciences and should be carried out as part of a degree program at a university in the Netherlands. Non-Dutch candidates are also eligible for the award. Supervisors can nominate Master’s projects that have been concluded in 2019. Deadline: 31-12-2019.
In addition to the award, the winner receives a certificate and a €1,000 prize. Two second prizes are also awarded, consisting of a certificate and €250 each.
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