Armando Córdova has got grants from the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) for research the coming four years. He will get 3,4 million sek for studies in Green chemistry and sustainability: Innovative and eco-friendly catalytic processes for cellulose-based materials.
Armando has also worked together with the photograf Lennart Nilsson and they have got an article published in Scientific reports (www.nature.com).
Here you can read the article!Listen
The study deals with the origins of life and how amino acids arise and how they can then spontaneously create asymmetry. / Studien handlar om livets uppkomst och hur aminosyror uppstår och hur de sedan kan spontant skapa asymmetri.