Dr CNR Rao Indian Scientist Awarded With Chinas Top Science Aaward

Indian scientist Dr CNR Rao honoured with China’s top science award

4:55 AM, 25th January 2013
Dr CNR Rao  awarded Chinas Top Science Aaward For his works on Solid-State and Structural Chemistry
Dr CNR Rao, Scientist and Founder of Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, India.


BEIJING, CHINA: Noted Indian scientist Dr CNR Rao has been conferred with China’s top science award for his important contributions in boosting China-India scientific cooperation. Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) on 23 January 2013 gave its 2012 Award for International Scientific Cooperation to three scientists from India, Germany, and Russia.

Dr Rao, founder of Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR), Bangalore, shared the 2012 award with Herbert Jaeckle of Germany’s Max Planck Society and Russian space physicist GA Zherebtsov. The awards are given every year by the CAS, which is China’s top academic and research institution for natural sciences.

“Rao is devoted to the research of solid-state and structural chemistry. He was awarded for his important contributions in boosting scientific cooperation between China and India, as well as raising the scientific capabilities of developing countries,” quoted Xinhua news agency.

© Times Of India News 




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