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In our laboratory we use physical methods to answer chemical questions of astronomical interest. For this we have developed sophisticated experiments fully focused on reproducing the conditions under which molecules form in the inter- and circumstellar medium. Interstellar clouds are simulated with special plasma expansions and chemical reactions on icy dust grains are measured in ultra-high vacuum setups. This provides the data necessary to guide and interpret astronomical observations and to model reaction networks in space. Please, have a look at this site and feel free to contact us when you have questions.

Harold Linnartz

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- August 2017: Michal Bulak will join the SLA as a PhD student on 01.08.
- July 2017: Press release on glycerol formation launched.
- July 2017: Jeroen Terwisscha van Scheltinga joins the group as a PhD student on 01.07.
- July 2017: Congratulations to Hidde Jense with a successful completion of his bachelor research project. Good luck with your cosmology career.
- June 2017: Congratulations to Giulia Marcandalli with an excellent grade for her master thesis. Good luck with your PhD position at the Chemistry Department.
- May 2007; Jordy Bouwman receives VIDI grant. See info here. Fantastic news !
- January 2017; MC postdoctoral fellowship awarded to Andreas Riedo, congratulations !



 
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