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Commission awards first Marie Curie prizes

The European Commission has announced the first recipients of three Marie Curie Prizes, designed to recognise exceptional achievement by young researchers in research, innovation and communication.

The research prize was won by Gkikas Magiorkinis, a junior research fellow at the University of Oxford, UK, for his work on human viruses. The prize for innovation and entrepreneurship was awarded to Sarit Sivan from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Israel, whilst a third award for science communication was received by Claire Belcher from the University of Exeter, UK.

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