The Martinus van Marum prize is given to young researchers (<5 years after PhD) in life sciences and technology, for the original research they have conducted in science and technology. In 2020 the prize will be given to a successful researcher in field of life sciences and technology. Professors can nominate candidates who have conducted their research in The Netherlands and have received a PhD in 2015 or afterwards. The prize is worth € 12,500.
More information on the KHMW website and in the pdf (both in Dutch).
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