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Professor Josef Penninger, head of the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) at the Austrian Academy of Science in Vienna, was elected "Scientist of the Year 2003" by the Austrian Association of Science Journalists. On the 18th of January, in recognition of this honor, Professor Penninger was invited to deliver a lecture, "Night Sciences - Science of Innovation by Serendipity," presenting his work and emphasizing the role of chance in scientific research.
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