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Marja Makarow in the Guardian: Switzerland was sent into scientific exile, no deal could mean the same for Britain
What would no-deal Brexit mean for the British science community? Professor Marja Makarow, our chair, reminds us how Switzerland’s recent independence carried consequences beyond expectation in the Guardian.
The invited art competition seeks to find exceptional and feasible proposals for artworks to be used as the Millennium Technology Prize object from 2020 onwards.
The former winners of the Millennium Technology Prize Dr Frances Arnold (2016) and Dr Robert Langer (2008) reveal more about their work. They highlight the extensive impact of science and innovation on the well-being of society. Check out our latest articles published in international media!
A total of 75 innovations (invented by altogether 257 innovators) were nominated for the 2020 Millennium Technology Prize. The number of nominations was similar as in the previous round. The majority of the nominations were in the fields of life sciences, including health and food, as well as in information and communications technology and smart systems.
Doctor of Technology Leni von Bonsdorff has been appointed as a member of the Board of the Technology Academy Finland (TAF). von Bonsdorff follows in footsteps of Jarl-Thuren Eriksson as a representative of The Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences in Finland (STV). von Bonsdorff is the Chair of the Board of STV.