27 May 2021

Per Jensen, professor of ethology, is the first to receive a newly established prize at the Faculty of Engineering, Linköping University: NSS School Collaboration Prize.

Per Jensen.
Per Jensen.  Charlotte Perhammar
Per Jensen, professor of ethology, is the first to receive a newly established prize at the Faculty of Engineering, Linköping University: NSS School Collaboration Prize. He receives the award, among other things, for having founded the event that later became Popular Science Week.

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