An Israeli-born scientist was the only non-European awarded a top E.U. science prize. Gadi Rothenberg, a scientist at the University of Amsterdam, was one of five recipients of the European Union’s Marie Curie Prize for his work on discovering new catalysts and materials for sustainable development, the European Commission announced this week.
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