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Docent Markku Hurme receives IChemE Journals 2013 Best Reviewers Award

Based on both the quality and quantity of the reviews, the final 34 winners were evaluated and selected by the Editorial Team.

Docent Markku Hurme from Department of Biotechnology and Chemical Technoloy is one of  winners of the IChemE Journals 2013 Best Reviewers Award.

In 2013, the IChemE journals received approximately 1400 manuscripts involving over 1200 reviews. Reviewers graciously offer their outstanding expertise and professional services to support the Journals to maintain their high quality of accepted papers.

Based on both the quality and quantity of the reviews, the final 34 winners were evaluated and selected by the Editorial Team.

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