MIRON, Ionel, Ph.D.

Romania (1935- )

Last updated: June 15, 2018 at 16:33 pm

Associate Professor at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iasi, Romania; biologist; aquanaut (Romania LS-1); Director of the SALMO Lacustris Dive Programme (A.I. Cuza University); pioneer of scientific diving in Romania; member of the Academy of Sciences of Romania; has received 23 awards, diplomas and medals for inventions, including the underwater laboratory at Lake Bicaz, which was used to establish the European record for the longest stay in an underwater habitat; the school in Ivăneşti, Vaslui, was named after Professor Miron in 2014.

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