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Talking to young researchers: Clement Twumasi

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In this short video Clement Twumasi tells us about his work helping to understand a parasite that has been decimating fish populations around he world. We talked to Clement at the Virtual Heidelberg Laureate Forum (vHLF) 2020, which he attended as a young researcher.

Click here here to see other videos of young researchers at the vHLF.

The Heidelberg Laureate Forum is an annual networking event at which young researchers get the chance to mingle with some of the best minds in mathematics and computer science. This year the HLF is taking place entirely online. You can see videos of the talks on the HLF YouTube Channel. To find out more about HLF in general, see the HLF website. And to see our all our coverage of this and past HLFs see here.

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Very insightful interview and great to see a fellow Ghanaian and Cardiffian; and some diversity on the research and this platform. My first time on this platform.

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