The organisers believe that the inaugural Young Scientists Summit will be held at the Hong Kong Science Park on 12 December this year, and the organisers believe that the summit will showcase the scientific research strength and innovation capabilities of young scientists, and at the same time help stimulate cross-regional research collaboration and attract more international investment.
President of the Hong Kong Academy of Sciences, Dennis Lo, said that the summit was distinguished by the presence of many outstanding young scientists, emphasizing that scientific development is global and requires cross-border collaboration, so exchanges between young scientists and the international community are very important.
At the Young Scientist Summit held on 12 December, President of the Hong Kong Academy of Sciences Dennis Lo (second from left) emphasised the global nature of scientific development and the need for cross-border collaboration. (Photo provided by the organiser)
The inaugural Young Scientist Summit, jointly organised by the Hong Kong Young Academy of Sciences, Greater Bay Area Homeland Investment Limited and the Greater Bay Area Homeland Youth Community Foundation, will be held at the Hong Kong Science Park on 12 December this year.
The organiser, President of the Hong Kong Academy of Young Academy of Sciences, Mr Shun Ho-cheung, said at the press conference today (20th) that the summit covers a wide range of scientific fields and themes, providing a rare opportunity for young scientists to exchange ideas and share research experience with distinguished international scholars.
President of the Hong Kong Youth Academy of Sciences, Mr Shun Ho-cheung, said at the press conference today (20th) that the summit covers a wide range of scientific fields and topics. (Photo provided by the organiser)
Professor Yang Tong, Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of Sciences, Felix MORONTA, Co-President of the Global Youth Academy, David AI, Head of Innovation (12-4) at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Shao Hanbin, Director of the Macao Science Center, will discuss several major topics at the Summit, including the success stories of nurturing young scientists to become world-class scholars, How young scientists can contribute to long-term public policy, commercialize and commercialize deep technology solutions in universities, and support the popularization and promotion of science in schools.
Fang Shang, Head of Corporate Communications of Greater Bay Area Homeland Investment Company, the co-organiser, said that the summit brought together outstanding young scientists, renowned scholars and professionals from all over the world, and believed that young scientists could take this opportunity to establish networks and collaboration platforms to pave the way for future scientific research translation. Gong Mingming, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Bay Area Homeland Youth Community Foundation, another co-organiser, said that the summit brought together young scientists from the Greater Bay Area and around the world to share resources and expertise, explore development opportunities in related industries, and strengthen young people to become a new force for I&T development in the future.
Dennis Lo, President of the Hong Kong Academy of Sciences, expressed his support for Hong Kong to usher in another international event in the science and technology industry. He pointed out that the special feature of this summit was the participation of many outstanding young scientists, emphasizing that scientific development is global and requires cross-border cooperation, so it is very important for young scientists to exchange ideas with the international community to help expand their horizons and influence, and jointly provide new solutions to global challenges.
In addition to the summit on 12 December, the inaugural Young Scientists Summit will hold three seminars in March, May and July next year, where hundreds of young scientists and scholars will gather to discuss different topics in science and technology.
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