Ba Giáo sư của NUS đã nhận được Giải thưởng Nature năm 2022 về Cố vấn Khoa học

Thứ ba, 16/05/2023, 14:27 GMT+7

Three Singaporean professors from NUS were honoured by prestigious scientific journal Nature for their commitment towards nurturing the next generation of scientists. Professor Lim Chwee Teck received the lifetime achievement award, while Professor Koh Woon Puay and Professor Tai E Shyong were joint-recipients of the mid-career award.

In a first for Singapore and Southeast Asia, three NUS professors received the 2022 Nature Awards for Mentoring in Science. Prof Lim Chwee Teck (left) received the lifetime achievement award, while Prof Koh Woon Puay (centre) and Prof Tai E Shyong (right) jointly received the mid-career award.

The Nature Awards for Mentoring in Science is rotated annually amongst different countries. The 2022 edition marks the first time that the Awards was hosted by Singapore – or a Southeast Asian nation – since it was first introduced in 2005.

Editor-in-Chief of Nature and chair of the judging panel, Dr Magdalena Skipper, said, “The Nature Award for Mentoring in Science recognises those mentors who dedicate their time to supporting and enhancing the careers of young researchers. This is an opportunity for mentors to play an integral part in the professional development of their mentees – adding support and experience to knowledge. I am delighted that through this award we can recognise the importance of those that are empowering researchers in the early stages of their careers and the value this adds in both the short and long term to the whole research community.”

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