Bai Chunli

Chinese Academy of Sciences



The former president of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) and Chinese Academy of Sciences, Bai was awarded the 2022 TWAS- Abdus Salam Medal for his contributions to promoting science in developing countries.

(Photo: Royal Society)

  • 2022 TWAS- Abdus Salam Medal

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