Weinheim, May 23, 2022. What precisely do two young scientists – Dr. André Mateus, a pharmacist, and Dr. Kelvin Anggara, a chemist – have in common? For one, both share a profound passion for scientific and research work. For another, the two scientists have also studied and gained their doctorates in a wide variety of countries. On Saturday, in recognition of their scientific research, they received the Karl Freudenberg Prize at the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences, Germany. “The Freudenberg Group as an innovative technology group has always honored exceptional research conducted by young scientists. Not only do companies benefit from a rich research and development environment, shaped by outstanding young scientists, the Karl Freudenberg Prize also helps to promote such scientists in their future careers,” says Dr. Niko Reuß, Head of Freudenberg Technology Innovation.