Nanorockets lunch lecture

About this event

Date and time
Oct 14, 2019 12:15 - 13:15

Dear Sigmans,


It is already time for the first lunch lecture of the year and we will start off with the exciting subject of rockets! While these rockets won’t make it into space, they at least take up very little space for they are nanorockets. These tiny molecular machines are ideal candidates for drug delivery in the human body, and through recent research, mechanisms were discovered to give them brakes and even a steering wheel. The lecture will be given by our very own Sjoerd Rijpkema and he will take you on this nano sized space journey. Luckily for you we brought enough food with us to even provide you all with a free lunch! Did you just start studying and are you afraid that you would not be able to follow the story? You have nothing to worry about, it’s not rocket science… well not really anyway ;)

We hope to see you during the break on the 14th of October in HG00.304!


Lots of Love,

the StudyCee


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