Noorderheide Prize for the Dutch Fetal Biobank
With much joy, we can now announce that Bernadette de Bakker won the prize for best public lecture from the Dutch Royal Society of Physics of 2022 because of the social impact of her research. This means that the entire research group will be invited for a multi-day retreat at the Noorderheide estate. A unique opportunity to take time for team building and to think about future vision and strategy.
This prize is presented to us by the Elise Mathilde Fund Foundation, which is run by the heirs of the Van Beuningen family (also known of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen).
The original public lecture at the Diligentia Theater can be viewed here.
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