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Professor Mari Lundström - a Jury Member for Skolar Award 2017 at Slush

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Professor Lundström was a member of the jury for deciding the winner of Skolar Science Pitching Competition for Postdocs at Slush Helsinki 2017. The award went to Johan Seijsing from Stockholm University for the development of new proteine based antibiotics.

More information about the winner in Helsingin Sanomat (in Finnish):https://www.hs.fi/tiede/art-2000005473064.html

 

Prof. Lundström at Slush 2017 (fourth from the left).

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