Winner of prestigious international award
UNSW Engineering’s Associate Professor Brett Hallam has been named the 2020 recipient of the IEEE Stuart R. Wenham Young Professional Award, for outstanding contributions to photovoltaics technology.
New book officially launched
Kamila Pope´s new book "Global Waste Management: models for tackling the international waste crisis" outlines the emerging global waste crisis considering the perspectives of developed and developing countries around the world and has been published on 3rd April by Kogan Page.
Mohit is one of 2020 CAS Future Leaders
Mohit Saraf was selected as one of thirty 2020 CAS Future Leaders. This group of elite Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars were selected among hundreds of applicants and represent 18 countries and a wide array of scientific disciplines. They will visit CAS headquarters in Columbus, OH this August.
Selected as new member of Global Young Academy
Congrats to Green Talent Mita Dasog on being selected as one of the 40 new members of Global Young Academy. The new member cohort of excellent scientists and researchers comes from 30 different countries and all GYA general disciplines.
Yalinu is a Future World Changer
Yalinu Poya is a Chemistry PhD student at UofG from Papua New Guinea, who is on a mission to feed the world’s growing population more sustainably. Her ambition is to create a cleaner and safer way to produce ammonia, which is used in fertilizers to produce the crops we rely on to meet global food demands. Learn more about her story!
Selected to be a part of 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
Debanjan Das is one of these priviledged 660 young scientists from 101 countries who are invited to the 70th anniversary of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings in Germany that connect Nobel Laureates with the next generation of leading scientists every year.
Successful team leader
Professor Andrés Ibañez and Green Talent 2011 led successfully UNOA team at National University of Colombia as well as the biomimetic design team Eco-incremental Lab at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Both teams received first places.