Four more years of funding for CRC1411

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We are extremely enlighted that the Collaborative Research Centre 1411 will be funded for four more years – that is, until the end of 2027 – by the German Science Foundation. This very successful project aims at the targeted design of particulate products by rigorous optimisation of predictive structure-property and process-structure functions. Our group contributes to this by developing high-resolution chromatographic separation processes that deliver nanoparticles with extremely well-defined particle size distributions. Many thanks to all people involved in the successful application for the second funding period – and in particular to our PhD students Malvina Supper and Johannes Wieczorek!