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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