The List of Paper Proposals approved for presentation in the VI GNPT Consultation, Curitiba 2022. Registration for participation will open soon.
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Photo: Prof. Dr Thomas Wabel (Bamberg, Germany) hands over the GNPT batik cloth to the new host, Prof. Dr Rudolf von Sinner (Curitiba, Brasil) during the 2019 consultation at Bamberg
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