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Winners Let's Gro

23 November 2015
The winners of the Let's Gro Greenest Research Awards 2015 are:  

Jury Award: Roy Gommer, Joey Koning, Nynke Kooistra, Maurie Mutsaers en Etienne Wilkens - Groen Grunn

Audience Award: Samuel Mandiola -Research about potential production of wetland species (cattail and reed) in rewetted peatlands

Roy, Joey, Nynke, Maurie and Etienne performed a project on the potential for urban ecology in the Groningen City centre (Minor People Planet Profit 2014, supervised by Karin de Boer and Henny van der Windt, SSG).
The jury (chaired by alderman Mattias Gijsbertsen) praised the relevance and broad PPP perspectives of the project, as presented by pitch and lovely poster.

Samuel is working on his Master thesis (supervised by Ab Grootjans, EES); his enthusiastic pitch convinced the audience as to the relevance of the subject for sustainability in the region of Groningen as well as worldwide. Samuel spoke about his research on the Glasnost radio.

Congratulations to all students and supervisors!

Press release about the Greenest Research Award.

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