Mourning prevails at the University of Crete and especially at the Department of Chemistry of the Foundation by death of the 32-year-old Greek woman from botulism in Parissince ate spoiled sardines in a well-known Bordeaux restaurant.

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The young woman who died in France was a graduate of the Department.

In a relevant announcement by the University, the following are mentioned:

“It is with great sadness that we learned of the tragic loss of the Chemistry Department graduate, Maria Grypiotis. We remember Mari as a lively and active presence in the auditoriums, laboratories and areas of Chemikos, in the period 2009-13, with active participation in the cultural events of our University through the theater group.

She went on to postgraduate studies at Imperial College London and in 2021 received her PhD from the University of Warwick in the field of Medicinal Chemistry. Since October 2021, he has been working at the DNA Script company in Paris.

Our deepest condolences to her parents and her husband, to whom we wish a speedy recovery, and strength to overcome the personal loss.”