Martin Hanczyc and Maik Hadorn from FLinT wins Best Presentation Award
Martin Hanczyc and Maik Hadorn from FLinT have been awarded Best Presentation Award at the Artificial Life 13 conference presenting the paper: An Artificial Multivesicular In Vitro System to Emulate Multicellular Processes.
The paper was co-authored by Maik Hadorn, Eva Bönzli, Martin M. Hanczyc, Steen Rasmussen and Peter Eggenberger Hotz. Maik was the main author and Martin presented the work.
The Artificial Life 13 conference was hosted by the Beacon Center for Study of Evolution in Action at Michigan State University July 19-22, 2012. This biannual conference brings together scientist from all over the world working in the area of simulation and synthesis of living systems.
Congratulations to Martin and Maik for adding another award to FLinT.