The winners of the European Inventor Award 2011 have been announced

24.5.2011
The winners of the European Inventor Award 2011 were announced on 19 May 2011 at a ceremony held at the Academy of Sciences in Budapest. This year the award goes to pioneers in medical research and implant technology, clean energy, construction and water purification

The winners of the European Inventor Award 2011 are:

  • Per-Ingvar Brånemark (Sweden – Lifetime Achievement);
  • Ann Lambrechts, Bekaert (Belgium – Industry),
  • Jens Dall Bentzen, Dall Energy Aps (Denmark – SMEs);
  • Christine Van Broeckhoven, Vlaams Interuniversitair Instituut voor Biotechnologie (Belgium – Research);
  • Ashok Gadgil and Vikas Garud, University of California/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, WaterHealth International (Non-European countries – USA/India).

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