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Kasturba Medical College, Indien, gewinnt XV Fujio Cup Quiz bei NCRM NICHE 2020


TOKIO–()–Sufyan Ibrahim und Himanshu Yashavanthi Nagesh vom Kasturba Medical College, Indien, haben das renommierte Fujio Cup Quiz (FCQ) gewonnen, eine akademische Veranstaltung zum aktiven Wissensgewinn im Rahmen der NCRM NICHE 2020 zu Stammzellen und regenerativer Medizin. Dabei gab es einen harten Wettbewerb zwischen den Teams der Monash University, Australien, des Birla Institute of Technology (BITS-Pilani), Indien, und des Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesien, das den zweiten Platz belegte. Bei der virtuellen Veranstaltung gab es Vorträge von Prof. Masaharu Seno, Okayama University, zu induzierten pluripotenten Stammzellen, Dr. Maria Nostro, University of Toronto, zu Pankreas-Vorläuferzellen für…



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