The long term goal of our group is to reach understanding of structure, dynamics and functional mechanisms of membrane proteins and self-organized biological assemblies and to translate this knowledge into new concepts for nano-devices, medicine, and new materials of technical importance.

New(s) and notable

FET Flagships Proposal Direct Conversion of Solar Energy

On December 15th, 2016 the European Commission will hold a Round Table Consultation based on the current results and on the forthcoming Position Papers in support of the various FET Flagships Proposals.

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Photosynthesis Research Special Issue on Photosynthetic Light Harvesting

Together with dr. Ivo van Stokkum and prof. Roberta Croce (VU Amsterdam) and prof. Herbert van Amerongen (Wageningen University), Anjali Pandit will serve as guest editor for a Special Issue on Photosynthetic Light Harvesting in the journal Photosynthesis Research, inspired by the Light Harvesting Satellite Meeting.

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Anjali Pandit Chair of the international Light Harvesting Meeting 2016

The Light Harvesting Satellite Meeting (LH2016, 4-7 Aug. 2016 in Egmond aan Zee) is a satellite meeting of the 17th International Congress on Photosynthesis Research and focuses on natural photosynthetic light harvesting. The meeting

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Tuning into photosynthesis

Dr. Anjali Pandit received a FOM projectruimte grant (400 k€) to develop strategies for performing in-situ NMR spectroscopy on intact photosynthetic  membranes. The grant will be used to hire a PhD student or postdoc and to purchase time-resolved fluorescence instrumentation.

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