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The First Winners of the LEA

Article   May 16, 2019 | by Henri Deda, Communication Officer, Lipotype

 
The First Winners of the LEA

The LEA awardees, Dr Oliver Schmidt, Professor Anne-Claude Gavin and Professor Sarah Keller (left to right).

 
 
 

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