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Stefan Ellerbeck

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The winners of the European Inventor Award and Young Inventors Prize at the award ceremony on 21 June, 2022. Image: European Patent Office

Erin Smith, joint winner of the Young Inventors Prize 2022. Image: European Patent Office

Victor Dewulf and Peter Hedley, joint winners of the Young Inventors Prize 2022. Image: European Patent Office

Rafaella de Bona Gonçalves, runner-up of the Young Inventors Prize 2022. Image: European Patent Office

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