Thi Thi Soe

Deputy Director, Department of Research and Innovation

Institution
Ministry of Science and Technology

Country
Myanmar

Field
Sustainability

Soe, who wants to use wind energy to power rural Myanmar, was a finalist of the 2016 ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women.

(Photo: Hla Myo Aung/USAID)


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