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Bernoulliborg even more sustainable

05 December 2012

Making the Bernoulliborg even more sustainable. That's the idea with which Tuan Anh Nguyen and Faris Nizamic recently won the University of Groningen’s Green Mind Award. The University will be allocating EUR 100,000 to realize their plans. Jury foreman Jan de Jeu is very taken with the winning project plan, which should see the University recouping its investment within a few years.

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