Young Scientist Prize
Franziska Wandrey of Mibelle Biochemistry wins Young Scientist Prize
Two weeks ago Franziska Wandrey of Mibelle Biochemistry was awarded the Young Scientist Prize at the IFSCC Conference in Seoul, Korea. A great honour for the young scientist!
Her award-winning essay “How science, technology and social changes influence the cosmetics of the future” was assessed as the best of the submitted papers.
Franziska Wandrey studied biology and did her doctorate in biochemistry at ETH Zurich. For the last two years she has been working for Mibelle Biochemistry as a Research and Study Manager. In this role she develops innovative new concepts for active ingredients and evaluates new test methods, for example for the new active ingredient Depolluphane, an anti-pollution agent.
More information and the link to the award-winning essay can be found here.
Franziska Wandrey won the IFSCC Maison G de Navarra Young Scientist Prize 2017.