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03.10.2016In the media

Ronald Hanson wins Huibregtsen prize 2016

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The Huibregtsen prize 2016 has been won by Prof. Ronald Hanson for his research into ‘Safe surfing on the quantum internet’. State Secretary Sander Dekker announced the winner during the annual Avond van Wetenschap en Maatschappij [Science and Society evening]. The prize, consisting of €25,000 and a sculpture of ‘The Thinker’, is awarded each year for a research project that is scientifically innovative and could lead to a social application.


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