Li Jiayang

Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology


Life Sciences

Li received the 2018 Tan Kah Kee Science Award (Life Sciences) for characterizing key genes regulating rice plant architecture, which is crucial for grain yield. (Photo: Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology)

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