Researchers Fabien Wagner, John Palmer and Iaroslav Gnilitsky took part in the Falling Walls Lab grand finale in Berlin on Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 November 2017. The three MSCA Fellows showcased their project in three minutes each in front of an international jury at this international competition on future breakthroughs in society. 100 researchers from all around the world competed to win the prestigious prize.

Watch the highlights of the competition at: http://www.falling-walls.com/livestream

Fabien and John were selected to take part in this competition after they respectively won the first and second prizes at the 'Falling Walls Lab - Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions' edition that took place in Brussels on 25 September.

From top to bottom: Fabien Wagner, John Palmer and Iaroslav Gnilitsky at the Falling Walls Lab Finale

 

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Fabien Wagner
 

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John Palmer
 

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Iaroslav Gnilitsky

 

Below: 100 contestants at the Falling Walls Lab Finale

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