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November 7, 2017
Cancer biologist and professor Janine Erler, of the University of Copenhagen, receives The Lundbeck Foundation’s Research Prize for Young Scientists. She has delivered one landmark research outcome after another in the field of cancer and, as a result, she has become an internationally recognised top scientist with publications in the most significant scientific journals. For...
They’re not yet 30 but have already shown outstanding talent, which is why these five brilliant scientists were awarded a Lundbeck Foundation Talent Prize on Monday evening. “There are many promising young scientists at the Danish universities but we don’t see exceptional talents every day, so it’s always a particular pleasure to award the Lundbeck...

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