Lam Khin Yong

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore



Lam was made a knight in the French Legion of Honor in 2017 for fostering academic and industry collaborations between Singapore and France.

(Photo: Asian Scientist Magazine)

  • French Legion of Honor

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