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Mikael Ekvall receives stipend from the Swedish King

Earlier this week, CAnMove PI Mikael Ekvall received a stipend of 100 000 Swedish crowns from the Carl XVI Gustaf's fund for Science, Techology and Environment (Carl XVI Gustafs 50-årsfond för vetenskap, teknik och miljö).
Mikael Ekvall.
Mikael Ekvall. Photo: Aron Hejdström

Mikael was awarded the money for his and his collegues work on how nano particles effect fish. Until now, most of the research has been conducted in the lab, but this stipend will be used to study the effects on the fish in more natural environments. Congratulations Mikael!

Read more on: https://www.biologi.lu.se/article/lundabiolog-tog-emot-kungens-stipendium. (In Swedish)

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