Grundfos Student Prize 2002 awarded to French science student

September 16, 2002

Grundfos Student Prize 2002 awarded to French science student

Today, the Grundfos Student Prize was awarded to French science student Manuel Martin, Institut des Sciences et Technique de Grenoble - Université Joseph Fourier.

During his traineeship at Grundfos’ HQ in Denmark he has studied polymer membranes’ permeability and has written a thesis on that subject. Manuel Martin is the second student from Institut des Sciences et Technique de Grenoble to win the Prize, last year it was awarded to his fellow-student Audrey Marron.

The Grundfos Student Prize is awarded every year to a trainee or student who has worked with Grundfos on a science project. The winner receives an inscribed glass-sculpture and a cheque for DKK 10,000 (approx. €1,350).


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