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Körber European Science Prize

News-Archive of the Körber European Science Prize

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On 7 September the Körber Foundation was present the Körber European Science Prize 2016 endowed with 750,000 euros to Hans Clevers in Hamburg City Hall. The Dutch biologist and physician has developed a new standard procedure for the unlimited reproduction of adult stem cells.

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The Dutch biologist and physician Hans Clevers is to receive the Körber European Science Prize 2016. He developed a new procedure for the unlimited reproduction of adult stem cells. Drugs can now be tested in lifelike conditions and damaged organs can be repaired and possibly replaced.

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On 7 September the Körber Foundation presented the Körber European Science Prize 2015 endowed with 750,000 euros to Nicola Spaldin in the Great Hall of Hamburg City Hall. The British scientist was honoured for her groundbreaking discoveries in materials research.

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With the help of computer models, Nicola Spaldin has developed a new family of crystalline compounds: Multiferroics not only promise to revolutionize the world of computers, but could also be a base material for further technological innovations.

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We congratulate Stefan Hell on winning the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Congratulations also to our committees whose expertise enables them to repeatedly nominate the best scientists in Europe for the Körber-Prize," says Matthias Mayer, Head of the Science Department at the Körber Foundation.

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May-Britt and Edvard Moser are to receive the 2014 Nobel Prize in the category physiology or medicine. Together with the Briton Kohn O'Keefe the Mosers will receive the coveted prize in December for their discovery of the human sense of orientation.

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