The scientist Petra Klepac recipient of the UNESCO-L’ORÉAL 2007

  • Sarrah Ben Mbarek

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    Awarded annually since 2000, the fellowships allow post-doctoral students to pursue their research in a host laboratory located outside their country of origin. During the 2007 award ceremony, Béatrice Dautresme, Vice President, Corporate Communications and External Relations for L’ORÉAL, and Walter Erdelen, Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences at UNESCO, expressed the two partners’ commitment to supporting young women who have chosen scientific vocations Arab States: Sarrah BEN M’BAREK (Tunisia) Plant Biotechnology: Develop disease control methods for the fungal pathogen, Mycosphaerella graminicola, responsible for septoria leaf blotch disease in wheat. Host institution: Plant Research International, Wageningen, The (www.unesco.org/science/women)
    Period22 Feb 2007

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