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Marlene has a background in Wood technology with a degree in Process Engineering and Natural Materials Technology from TU Dresden in Germany. She is a young member of the research community and only graduated earlier this year. Nonetheless she already gathered some experience: Two internships at universities in Vietnam and New Zealand and undergraduate jobs at two German research institutes prepared her well for the new challenges of this job.
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