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Benyam Kinde (M18) Nominated to Attend Prestigious Conference

Benyam Kinde (M18), '10, biological sciences, recently attended a conference hosted by the Nobel Laureates in the sciences in the Bavarian town of Lindau to exchange ideas.

Kinde has ambitions to study neuroscience. He was nominated to attend the conference by Peter Agre, a medical doctor, professor and molecular biologist at The Johns Hopkins University who was awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and received an honorary degree from UMBC in 2009.

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Posted by Stanyell Bruce on July 16, 2010 2:25 PM |

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