Min Aung

University of Veterinary Science



Aung was awarded the 2017 Japan International Award for Young Agricultural Researchers for his work on dietary supplementation to increase milk yield and decrease methane production from dairy cows.

(Photo: Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences)

  • 2017 Japan International Award for Young Agricultural Researchers

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