04
July
2019
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14:12
Europe/Amsterdam

Young scientists shine at WEF

Assistant Professor Loh Huanqian from NUS Physics and the Centre for Quantum Technologies at NUS, and Assistant Professor Benjamin Tee from NUS Materials Science and Engineering were among 21 young scientists worldwide inducted into the World Economic Forum (WEF) Young Scientists Class of 2019. 

The Young Scientists community was formed in 2009 to gather rising-star scientists and engage them in the work of the WEF. The community comprises outstanding scientists under the age of 40 from multiple academic disciplines and geographies, who are committed to integrating scientific knowledge into society for the public good.

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