World Laureates Forum

The World Laureates Forum, held from October 29 to 31 in the vicinity of the 556-square-meter Dishui Lake in eastern Shanghai's Lingang area, aims to discuss the development of scientific and technological innovation in the city.
The World Laureates Forum, held from October 29 to 31 in the vicinity of the 556-square-meter Dishui Lake in eastern Shanghai's Lingang area, aims to discuss the development of scientific and technological innovation in the city.
Education alliance will help interest children in science - Shanghai Metro News
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Education alliance will help interest children in science

An alliance aimed at promoting science education in youngsters was unveiled at the third World Laureates Forum.
Snakes alive, students present brilliant ideas to top scientists - Shanghai Metro News
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Snakes alive, students present brilliant ideas to top scientists

From noise pollution, urban planning to new materials application, budding scientists have shared their solutions to common concerns with top scientists.
Biochemist gives insights into neurodegenerative diseases - Shanghai Metro News
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Biochemist gives insights into neurodegenerative diseases

Award winning German biochemist Franz-Ulrich Hartl speaks at the third World Laureates Forum.
Shedding light on treatment of Parkinson's disease - Shanghai Metro News
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Shedding light on treatment of Parkinson's disease

French-Algerian neurosurgeon Alim-Louis Benabid has introduced a new light therapy to treat Parkinson's disease  at the WLF Frontier Lecture.
Global cooperation and scientific innovation highlighted at forum - Shanghai Metro News
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Global cooperation and scientific innovation highlighted at forum

In a video speech to the third World Laureates Forum in Shanghai, President Xi Jinping says he appreciated international cooperation in the anti-virus fight.
'Abandon differences' in pandemics, forum told - Shanghai Metro News
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'Abandon differences' in pandemics, forum told

Chinese respiratory diseases expert Zhong Nanshan told the third World Laureates Forum that when facing potential pandemics, people should face the problem together. 
New community to bring top minds to Shanghai - Shanghai Metro News
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New community to bring top minds to Shanghai

The World Laureates Community in the Lingang free-trade zone will bring together world-class scientists and adopt institutional innovations to accelerate economic development.
Top scientists at 3rd World Laureates Forum - Shanghai Metro News
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Top scientists at 3rd World Laureates Forum

One of this year's focuses at Shanghai event will be the global concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic with Nobel Prize winners sharing their views on economic resurgence.
Forum scientists positive technology will strengthen not weaken society - Shanghai Metro News
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Forum scientists positive technology will strengthen not weaken society

Top scientists discussed job automation and discoveries, gave advice to young scientists and students, and shared what they are most concerned about at the World Laureates Forum.
Science 'must stay open, cooperative' - Shanghai Metro News
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Science 'must stay open, cooperative'

The second World Laureates Forum ends in Shanghai with the unveiling of a project which will encourage cooperation in cutting-edge research from around the world. 
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