Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
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Innovation grants: recent awards ceremonies

Emanual Merck Lectureship 2015
Paul T. Anastas (left), Professor of Chemistry at the Yale University (New Haven, USA) and Director of the Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering, has been awarded the Emanuel Merck Lectureship 2015. Right: Thomas Geelhaar, Chief Technology Officer Chemicals
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HEM Award 2013
Aaron Wheeler from the University of Toronto (2nd from right) won the HEM Award for Analytical Science for his development of a digital microfluidic method for the extraction and quantification of estrogen content in tiny samples.
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Winning teams of the Innovation Award in 2015 (immuno-oncology and UB-FFS technology)
Winning teams of the Innovation Award in 2015 (immuno-oncology and UB-FFS technology)
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Biopharma Innovation Cup 2016
The team won the Biopharma Innovation Cup 2016 for its “controlling schistosomiasis transmission” approach.
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