She was selected for the UNESCO-L’Oreal Fellowship This is highly prestigious award which is designed to identify and reward fifteen committed and talented young scientists, from all over the world and allowed her to work in University of Cambridge, UK. She has been selected for this award from around the world.
She attended the 60thNoble Laureates Meeting Lindau, Germany, June 2010.
Each of the selected candidates belongs to the budding scientific elite of their respective countries, and has passed a multi-stage international selection procedure.
The Council workgroup then makes its final selection from this pool of Best Talents, examining 1,500 profiles for every Meeting before finally choosing the top applicants to receive an invitation to Lindau. The Lindau Meetings contribute to the establishment of international networks of scientific excellence.
She was selected for the Robert Bosch Stiftung Fellow, Germany, 16 July,
2010. Knowledge dissemination, targeted youth training and support for international
networking in science gathering for excellent young scientists from around the world.
IGNITE entrepreneurship Programme, Judge Buisness School, University of Cambridge, UK, June 2011. She has selected for the EPSRC, UK from a pool of 15 thousands candidates IGNITE fellowship.
Einstein Young Scholar Award, Germany, 8 Nov, 2010. She was chosen by the
Einstein Foundation Berlin as one of the young scientists from the UK to participate
as an ‘Einstein Young Scholar’ in the 2010 Falling Walls Science Conference on Future Breakthroughs in Science and Society.
Some of her links are as follows,
Thank you for the submission Xinnia Ali.
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