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Space for Sustainability Award Winner Katherine Bruce (ESD 16-17)

last modified Jan 18, 2018 02:25 PM
Congratulations to Katherine Bruce ESD 16-17 on winning the Space for Sustainability award 2017.
Space for Sustainability Award Winner Katherine Bruce (ESD 16-17)

Photo credit: ESA award

Katherine submitted a paper titled "Using Satellites to Unlock Europe’s Untapped Resource.  Accelerating the transition to the bioeconomy. " with Gabriele De Canio (PhD Student in Applied Mathematics, Unviersity of Cambridge.)

For more information and a link to the paper see:

https://www.space-sustainability-award.com/previous-editions-rewardees

For more information about Katherine see:

https://www-esdmphil.eng.cam.ac.uk/students/alumniprofiles/katherine-bruce-2016-2017

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