AsianScientist (Jan. 22, 2015) – Asian Scientist Magazine is a media partner of the Global Young Scientists Summit ([email protected] 2015), taking place from 18-23 January, 2015 at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. The annual conference, in its third year, is organized by the National Research Foundation of Singapore in collaboration with its partners.
Here are some of the top stories from the event:
- [email protected] 2015: Search For Satisfaction, Not Just Significance
Sir Anthony Leggett advises young scientists not to conduct research with an eye to winning prizes but to do something that they find personally satisfying.
- [email protected] 2015: Beautiful Math Survives Forever
In mathematics, what is beautiful survives forever, says Fields Medallist Professor Ngô Bảo Châu at the Global Young Scientists Summit 2015.
- [email protected] 2015: In Defense Of Scientific Curiosity
Hypothesis-driven research should not be neglected, says a panel of eminent researchers at the Global Young Scientists Summit 2015.
- [email protected] 2015: Tearing Down Barriers In Scientific Research
Turing Award winner Andrew Yao talks to Asian Scientist Magazine about computer science and interdisciplinary research.
- [email protected] 2015: Is Internet Privacy Possible?
Online data privacy is possible, says Shafi Goldwasser, whose Turing Award-winning work laid the foundations of modern cryptography.
- [email protected] 2015: The Next Era Of Cloud Computing
What’s next for cloud computing? Professor Stuart Parkin discusses at the Global Young Scientists Summit 2015.
- [email protected] 2015: How To Win A Nobel Prize
According to Sir Timothy Hunt, winning a Nobel Prize takes aptitude, the right environment and sometimes, a little luck.
- Top Scientific Minds To Meet In Singapore
By facilitating interactions with eminent scientists, the Global Young Scientist Summit seeks to inspire young researchers and show them that breakthroughs are within their reach.
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