Li Jinghai

Vice-President, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Chinese Academy of Sciences



In 2014, the vice-president of CAS was elected as one of two vice-presidents of the International Council for Science, a nongovernmental organization representing 122 national scientific bodies and 31 international scientific unions.

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