"Katie Mulrey wins the RNVH Jubileum Prize for the Exact Sciences"
Dr. Katie Mulrey has been awarded the Jubileum Prize for the Exact Sciences from the Radboud Network for Female Professors (RNVH) on March 8, International Women’s Day.
The Jubileum Prizes are awarded biennially to excellent young female researchers in the sciences, arts, humanities and medical science.
The jury, chaired by rector Han van Krieken, lauded Katie’s excellent work on cosmic-ray and neutrino detection and emphasized her important role in the instrumentation development.
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