• Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018: from the left Prof. Dr. M. Qaim, Dr. Ariane Krause, Prof. Dr. M. Becker, Dr. Denise Matias, Dr. A. Fadani, Prof. Dr. E. Schlecht, Dr. Christian Andres
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Certificates and Medals
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    the award winners 2018
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Presentation award winner Dr. Denise Matias
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Presentation award winner Dr. Christian Andres
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Presentation award winner Dr. Ariane Krause
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Laudator Prof. Dr. Eva Schlecht
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Hand over of certificate by Dr. A. Fadani to award winner Dr. Denise Matias
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Hand over of certificate by Dr. A. Fadani to award winner Dr. Ariane Krause
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Hand over of certificate by Dr. A. Fadani to award winner Dr. Christian Andres
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Award winner Dr. Denise Matias<
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Award winner Dr. Ariane Krause
  • Josef G. Knoll-European Science Award 2018:
    Award winner Dr. Christian Andres

Award winners 2018

Dr. Denise Margaret Santos Matias
University of Bonn / ZEF Bonn, 2017
“Sustainability of community forestry enterprises: indigenous wild honey gathering in the UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve Palawan, Philippines”
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Dr. Ariane Krause
TU Berlin, 2017
"Valuing Wastes – An Integrated System Analysis of Bioenergy, Ecological Sanitation, and Soil Fertility Management in Smallholder Farming in Karagwe, Tanzania”
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Dr. Christian Andres
ETH Zurich, 2018
“Transdisciplinary systems research to reduce the cocoa swollen shoot virus disease in Ghana“
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The prize was awarded on September 17, 2018 at the Tropentag at the University of Ghent, Belgium. The award winners received Euro 10,000 each for their scientific work, which is a recognizable contribution to the improvement of the nutritional situation in developing countries.