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A 26-year-old mathematics researcher at Kyoto University has been presented with the Marie Curie Award — a new prize for up-and-coming Japanese female scientists — by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), a government-affiliated research organization.

Mayuko Yamashita, who was appointed assistant professor in mathematics at the university at 23, was awarded Tuesday for her work on mathematical applications to particle physics.

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