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Date:2/22/2011

r Medal, presented in recognition of his research relating to artificial leaves and his contributions to European and Austrian research. This medal has been awarded since 1921 to scientists and inventors whose work has shaped the world today.

During his visit to NTU, President Fischer and his delegation will also meet with Austrian faculty, PhD students, and undergraduate exchange students teaching and studying at NTU.

The Austrian visitors will also view a display of exhibits put up by ERI@N, SOLID ASIA and the Centre for Biomimetic Sensor Science, and tour NTU's lush 200-hectare Yunnan Garden Campus.


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Contact: Edgar Lee
edgarlee@ntu.edu.sg
656-790-6052
Nanyang Technological University
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