Marie Grünbein receives Klaus Arnold Publication Prize

September 21, 2018

Marie Luise Grünbein was awarded the Klaus Arnold Publication Prize of the German Society for Biophysics (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik) in Düsseldorf on September 19th. The prize is awarded biannually to a young scientist who is the first author of an outstanding publication in the field of biophysics.

“I’m very happy to receive this year’s Klaus Arnold Publication Prize. The recognition of the work we published recently is an exceptional compliment to me and to all participants in this experiment”, says Marie Grünbein after the ceremony.

The paper that was published in Nature Communications in August (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-05953-4) is the first to report on experimental measurements and results at the European X-Ray Free Electron Laser (EuXFEL) in Hamburg. Evidence of high-quality data collected at the laser is a milestone for the facility, which was just opened in September 2017.

We congratulate Marie Grünbein on this award!

Marie Luise Grünbein (right) and her mentor R. Bruce Doak (left) at the award presentation on September 19th in Düsseldorf, Germany.

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