Steinhofer Prize for Peer Fischer

August 02, 2017

Peer Fischer, head of the Research Group "Micro-, Nano- and Molecular Systems" at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Stuttgart, was awarded with a Steinhofer lecture 2017 of the University of Freiburg "for his fundamental work in the field of targeted 3D-production of artificial nanostructures and their application in biomedicine". Professor Fischer gave his lecture on "How to Teach Nanoparticles and Enzymes to Swim".

The prize includes an invitation to lecture in Freiburg, a certificate and a check for 1200 €. This year, this award was presented to a scientist of physical chemistry for the first time.

The Freiburg-based Steinhofer Foundation supports excellent researchers from all areas of chemistry, and was established in 1992 by the late BASF researcher Prof. Steinhofer.