• Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: from the left Prof. Dr. Paul Vlek, Dr. Jochen Reif, Dr. Susanne Dreisigacker, Dr. Hermann Eiselen, Dr. Lulseged Tamene Desta, Dr. Alwin Keil, Dr. Diemuth Pemsl, Prof. Dr. Franz Heidhues, Dr. Andrea Fadani
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Dr. Alwin Keil
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Dr. Lulseged Tamene Desta
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Dr. Susanne Dreisigacker
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Dr. Jochen Reif
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Dr. Diemuth Pemsl
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Laudator Prof. Dr. Franz Heidhues
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Hand over of certificate by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Dr. Alwin Keil
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Hand over of certificate by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Dr. Diemuth Pemsl
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Hand over of certificate by Dr. A. Fadani to award winner Dr. Susanne Dreisigacker
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 2006: Hand over of certificate by Dr. A. Fadani to award winner Dr. Jochen Reif
  • Award winners 2006

    Dr. Alwin Keil
    University of Goettingen, 2004
    „The socio-economic impact of ENSO-related drought on farm households in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia“
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    Dr. Diemuth E. Pemsl
    University of Goettingen, 2005
    “Economics of Agricultural Biotechnology in Crop Protection in Developing Countries. The Case of Bt-Cotton in Shandong Province, China“
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    Dr. Lulseged Tamene Desta
    University of Bonn, 2004
    “Reservoir siltation in the drylands of northern Ethiopia: causes, source areas and management options”
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    Dr. Susanne Dreisigacker and Dr. Jochen Reif
    University of Hohenheim, 2004
    “Genetic Diversity in Elite Lines and Landraces of CIMMYT Spring Bread Wheat and Hybrid Performance of Crosses among Elite Germplasm” und ”Assessing the Genetic Diversity in Crops with Molecular Markers: Theory and Experimental Results with CIMMYT Wheat and Maize Elite Germplasm and Genetic Resources”
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    The prize was awarded on October 8, 2006 at the Tropentag at the University of Bonn by the Eiselen Foundation. The prize winners received Euro 5,000 each for their scientific work, which is a recognizable contribution to the improvement of the nutritional situation in developing countries.