NUS researcher selected to be WEF’s Young Scientists of 2020

Assistant Professor Andy Tay from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at NUS Faculty of Engineering has been selected by the World Economic Forum (WEF) to be in its Class of 2020 Young Scientists. The only Singaporean to be selected for the honour this year, Asst Prof Tay is one of 25 exceptional researchers from 14 countries across the world recognised for their research at the cutting edge of discovery.

The Young Scientists community was created in 2008 to convene rising-star scientists and engage them in the work of the WEF to integrate scientific knowledge into society for the public good. The community consists of extraordinary scientists from across academic disciplines and geographies – all of whom are under the age of 40.

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