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October
2020
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13:17
Europe/Amsterdam

Seven NUS researchers elected as SNAS Fellows

Seven researchers from NUS have been elected Fellows of the Singapore National Academy of Science (SNAS), an organisation that has the dual remit of promoting the advancement of science and technology in Singapore, as well as representing the scientific opinions of its members.

The prominent researchers elected are: Professor Antonio Helio Castro Neto, Professor Barry Halliwell, Professor Lim Chwee Teck, Professor Liu Bin, Professor Ng Huck Hui, Professor Sow Chorng Haur and Professor Yu Hao.

“SNAS elects Fellows who are outstanding scientists working or have worked in Singapore, recognising their good and impactful work for Singapore. They serve as role models, and are expected to advise and/or contribute to the government and other national organisations on various aspects of science including research, teaching, science policy, promotion and public communication of science,” said SNAS President Associate Professor Lim Tit Meng. 

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