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Rengel wins international recognition

UWA researcher, Winthrop Professor Zdenko (Zed) Rengel, has been awarded a Humboldt research award. The award, from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, promotes academic cooperation between scientists from Germany and abroad. Rengel, of UWA’s School of Earth and Environment and Centre for Land Rehabilitation, is also program leader of integrated land and water management. His research on agriculture and land rehabilitation has been recognised by 14 fellowship awards from Australia, UK, Germany, France, Austria and Japan and 10 visiting/honorary professorships, including in Japan (Okayama University), Denmark (KVL) and USA (USDA/Cornell University). He is an elected fellow of the Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences and has an honorary doctorate of science from Zagreb University.

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