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Susan Trumbore appointed member of the Leopoldina
May 26, 2016



Photo: Markus Scholz for the Leopoldina
Susan Trumbore, director at MPI for Biogeochemistry, will today be officially welcomed as a new member of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina.

At the Leopoldina Symposium for Life Sciences on May 26, 2016 the German Academy of Sciences will discuss current achievement in life sciences while new academy members, including Prof Susan Trumbore, will present their research.

Founded in 1652, the Leopoldina is one of the oldest academies of science in the world. It is dedicated to the advancement of science for the benefit of humankind and to the goal of shaping a better future. With some 1,500 members, the Leopoldina brings together outstanding scientists from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and many other countries.

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