Wouter Vijvers and his Chromodynamics team just missed the grand prize of TU Eindhoven’s Golden Lightbulb contest, but there wasn’t much time to lament about that. Today, the consortium consisting of DIFFER, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Chromodynamics received a €100,000 grant to develop a camera system that can see the chemical composition of materials and biological tissues.
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