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Mary-Dell Chilton von Syngenta ist Gewinnerin des Welternährungspreises 2013
Date:6/20/2013

>Dr. Chilton gründete 1984 das Syngenta-Biotech-Forschungszentrum im Research Triangle Park und ist heute ein Distinguished Fellow der Wissenschaften von Syngenta Biotechnology Inc. Anlässlich der 27. jährlich stattfindenden Preisverleihung am 17. Oktober in Des Moines, Iowa, wird sie offiziell mit dem Welternährungspreis ausgezeichnet werden.

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