2018 Edition Of The Asian Scientist 100 List Announce

Wednesday - 18/04/2018 00:01
Asia is a hotbed for cutting-edge research, and these scientists of the Asian Scientist 100 are making waves in the region and around the world.

Asian Scientist Magazine has released the Asian Scientist 100 (2018 edition), an annual listing of the Asia-Pacific region’s award-winning researchers, academicians, innovators and business leaders.

Now into its third consecutive year, the AS100 list consists of early career and veteran scientists who have made significant contributions to their respective fields. Honorees run the gamut from mathematicians to climate scientists, particle physicists to biologists, highlighting the diversity of the research scene in Asia.

To qualify for the list, honorees must have won a national or international prize in 2017 for their scientific research or leadership. The prize must involve a competitive selection procedure. By raising the profile of these thinkers and inventors, Asian Scientist Magazine hopes to inspire the next generation of scientists towards excellence in science.

"The quantity and quality of research coming out of Asia has increased significantly in recent years. In showcasing the best that Asia has to offer the world, we hope that the AS100 list will inspire young scientists across Asia,” said Dr. Juliana Chan, the founder and editor-in-chief of Asian Scientist Magazine. “Because science is an increasingly global and networked endeavor, this list also opens up opportunities for international collaboration.” 


Source: Asian Scientist Magazine

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