Van 't Hoff Fund

The Van ’t Hoff Fund promotes research in chemistry.

The Fund was established in 1913 in memory of chemist Jacobus Henricus van ’t Hoff (1852-1911). He received the first Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1901) for his pioneering research into chemical dynamics and osmotic pressure in solutions.

Once every five years, the Fund organises the Van 't Hoff Lecture by an international expert in chemistry. The lectures are given in the Netherlands.



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