MDI Biological Laboratory president elected to German Academy of Sciences

BAR HARBOR  – Hermann Haller, M.D., president of the MDI Biological Laboratoryin Bar Harbor, Maine, has been elected to the Leopoldina, the German National Academy of Sciences (Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften).

The Leopoldina, which originated as a classical scholarly society in 1652, is the oldest continuously existing science academy in the world. In 2008, it was appointed as the German National Academy of Sciences and, in this capacity, was invested with two main objectives: representing the German scientific community internationally and providing policymakers and the public with science-based advice. Read more

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