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!
Best legal PhD thesis of 2019
Kamila Pope has won the prize of best PhD thesis in Law of 2019 in Brazil, awarded by CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel), a foundation within the Brazilian Ministry of Education (link only in Portuguese).
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.
Mohit’s contribution in a review article
During Mohit Saraf’s research stay at HIU he was given the chance to contribute in an invited minireview. This review article highlights the importance of electrolytes for organics based batteries, which are said to be relatively safer and can be a viable & sustainable technology for current and future generations.
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.
Benjamin in conversation with ‘SoGerman’
Benjamin Keenan talks about his research, sustainability, and his impressions and experiences during the Science Forum 2019 in Germany.
Mita’s successes in 2019
Mita Dasog was awarded the Dalhousie University President’s Research Excellence Award – Emerging Investigator. Moreover, she was selected to represent the element silicon in IUPAC’s young chemist periodic table in celebration of the 100th anniversary of IUPAC and the International Year of the Periodic Table.
Innovation in Circular Economy Award
Janaína A. Junkes got the Innovation in Circular Economy Award by the Brazilian Institute of Development and Sustainability and focuses on supporting projects and actions that bring solutions based on circular economy principles (article in 6 languages available).