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5 Young Local Scientists to Represent Malaysia at the Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany

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5 of Malaysia’s young scientists have been recognised to represent our country in the 72nd Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany, which will take place from June 25 (Sunday) to June 30 (Friday).

The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) Chang Lih Kang shared that the selected scientists are Dr. Liyana Azmi of University of Islamic Sciences Malaysia, Dr. Norhasmira Mohammad of Mara University of Technology, Dr. Wong Yin How of Taylors University, Dr. Afifah Mohamed and Dr. Wong Sok Kuan of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

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According to a report by Bernama, the group is among 635 selected young scientists from around the world who will get to interact with at least 40 Nobel Prize winners in this meeting, dedicated to the fields of physiology and medicine.

“MOSTI emphasizes the need to provide opportunities for young Malaysian scientists to participate in global programs such as the Nobel Laureate Meeting. By sharing new perspectives and innovative ideas, these young scientists become valuable assets to the scientific community.”

“This step is important to ensure that the new generation of scientists is equipped with relevant knowledge and skills to face future challenges,” he said.

Through MOSTI and the Malaysian Academy of Sciences (ASM), Malaysia has sent 84 young scientists, including this year’s participants, to attend the Nobel Laureate Meeting since 2004.

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