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PhD Student at Design Sciences wins 3-minutes competition

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Giana Lorenzini, PhD Student at Packaging Logistics, Design Sciences, Faculty of Engineering is the Lund University-winner in the Universitas 21’s “Three Minutes Thesis competition” for research students. 

In three minutes she has communicated the significance of her research about design and innovation strategies for pharmaceutical packaging with a user-oriented perspective to non-specialists, and won the jury’s prize.

Universitas 21 is a leading global network of research universities with 25 members from most parts of the world. Lund University is the only North European partner. The jury at Lund University was Kristina Lindgärde, Assistant Head of Communications, Christina Isaxon, Senior Assistant Professor at Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology, David Örbring, PhD Student and President of Lund Doctoral Student Union 2015-2016.

Contact Giana Lorenzini for more information:
giana [dot] carli_lorenzini [at] plog [dot] lth [dot] se

But you are mostly welcome to listen to Giana at a seminar within WINGS, where she will speak about her experience while preparing and competing!

WINGS congratulate Giana for her win within Lund University!

We are so proud that a female researcher made it in a such a demanding competition!    

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