Building connections with Alma Mater Europaea
Prof. Felix Unger and Prof. Werner Weidenfeld visited the EIT in Budapest
04.12.2017 · C·A·P
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Left to right, Martin Kern, EIT Interim Director; Professor Weidenfeld; Professor Unger; and Mathea Fammels, Acting Head of the EIT's Policy and Communications Unit. Photo: EIT
Professor Felix Unger, President of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, and Professor Werner Weidenfeld, Rector of the Alma Mater Europaea, visited the EIT - European Institute of Innovation and Technology in Budapest to discuss areas of possible cooperation.
Professor Unger performed Europe's first artificial heart transplant and was Alma Mater Europaea's first president, while Professor Werner Weidenfeld is Alma Mater Europaea's first rector.
Alma Mater Europaea was founded as an initiative by the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, a learned society of around 1500 prominent scientists, including 29 Nobel laureates.
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