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Four Honours College students win national Young Talent Award

10 December 2019

Four first-year students of the Faculty of Science and Engineering and the Honours College have won a Young Talent Award presented by the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities ( KHMW ). The Honours College congratulates Iris Kamsteeg, Serj Koshian, Stascha Kuipers and Grigore-Leon Ratiu with this achievement.

Read the full news article here: "Nine Groningen science and engineering students win national Young Talent Award".

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