1st Place Winner and Audience Award at the Falling Walls Lab Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

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The falling walls Lab Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions is organised by the European Commission and supported by the Falling Walls Foundation. Over 200 applications were received from researchers funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions and only 30 were short-listed to participate in the event on 26th September 2019 in Brussels.
Emmanuel Salifu participated and was declared winner by the Jury, claiming the the 1st Place prize for his innovative research presentation: "Breaking the Wall of Unsustainable Soil Loss". Emmanuel also won the Audience Award scoting the highest votes by the audience. He will be among 100 finalists from across the world to participate in the Falling Walls Finale in Berlin, November 2019.
The falling walls Lab is a challenging interdisciplinary platform that invites talented academics, professionals and entrepreneurs from around the world to present their breakthroughs - research work, business ideas and initiatives - within 3 minutes each to an audience of industry experts, decision makers and scientists. A distinguished jury awards the best presentations.
Degree of recognitionInternational

Prize (including medals and awards)

eventEuropean Research and Innovation Days
locationRoom 7 Lorenz, KANAL, Centre Pompidou, Brussels, Belgium
Period27 Sep 2019

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