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FST Grad Student Marcel Denny chosen for Nobel Prize Dialogue


FST Chemistry graduate student, Mr. Marcel Denny, was nominated as one of only 21 students from across Latin America and the Caribbean to participate in the Nobel Prize Dialogue Latin America and the Caribbean. In the series, Marcel dialogues with the 2016 Nobel Laureate, Dr. Bernard Feringa (Chemistry). Using the theme United by Science, the Nobel Prize Dialogue Latin America and the Caribbean engages science students in conversation with Nobel Prize laureates to explore how science and scientists can most effectively make a positive impact on society. The dialogue recognizes that Latin America and the Caribbean does not lack challenges, including climate change, inequality, political instability, as well as the devastation caused by Covid-19. By bringing together young people it aims to inspire the next generation of scientists to work together, both amongst themselves and together with the rest of society, to use science to tackle the big challenges ahead. The dialogue will air on Tuesday November 16, 2021 on the Nobel Prize Dialogue website between 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. Marcel’s dialogue is in Session Four.





Published on 16 Nov, 2021

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