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Analytical chemists from the University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam are taking the next step in unravelling the molecular composition of complex samples such as drug delivery systems, explosives, energy carriers and copolymers. Together with the Netherlands Forensic Institute and the companies Genentech, Shell and DSM, they have started the PARADISE project to develop robust, automated methodologies that allow multidimensional characterization of the most challenging man-made and natural products. The project has been awarded funding of almost a million euros from the Science PPP Fund of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO.

Save Save & Close A required field is not present A mandatory string input field is empty A mandatory string input field is empty A mandatory string input field is empty A mandatory string input field is empty News type * News Title * PARADISE: bringing analytical science to the next level Subtitle Lead * Analytical chemists from the University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam are taking the next step in unravelling the molecular composition of complex samples such as drug delivery systems, explosives, energy carriers and copolymers. Together with the Netherlands Forensic Institute and the companies Genentech, Shell and DSM, they have started the PARADISE project to develop robust, automated methodologies that allow multidimensional characterization of the most challenging man-made and natural products. The project has been awarded funding of almost a million euros from the Science PPP Fund of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO. Publication Date * 2/17/2020   0 : 00 Main image Image Image * 	   Copyright: HIMS Alt text for the imageThe PARADISE project focuses on four fields of application that involve complex molecular systems. Image: HIMS.
The PARADISE project focuses on four fields of application that involve complex molecular systems. Image: HIMS.