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Master’s student Moreno Gamez wins Unilever Research Prize

29 November 2013

Last Thursday, November 28th, Stefany Moreno Gamez received the Unilever Research Prize. Moreno Gamez is a student of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's programme Evolutionary Biology ( MEME ). Her two research projects at the Theoretical Biology and Molecular Genetics group, University of Groningen, and the programme Evolutionary Dynamics , Harvard University, have been graded with exceptionally high marks that are rarely given. All winners of the Unilever Prize are young academics who have conducted important research in the fields of chemistry, biotechnology, mechanical engineering, biology, agricultural science and social sciences. Through granting research prizes Unilever wishes to stimulate these promising talents in their future development.

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