More young researchers to set out for their dream internship abroad thanks to stipends from the Experientia Foundation.     Soňa Krajčovičová (currently at Palacký University in Olomouc) will travel to the University of Cambridge, where she will focus on the  “peptide-stapling” technique and its use in a new generation of targeted drugs. Athanasios Markos from the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences will be visiting ETH University in Zurich to develop new reactions which will make it possible to study biomolecules in living organisms. These new awards expand to 17 the number of excellent young chemists who, thanks to the Foundation’s support, have been able to further their academic career by spending a year at a top research institution abroad. To date, the Experientia Foundation has devoted almost 30 million CZK to the support of young scientists.