7 December 2018

Mangala Srinivas, theme Nanomedicine, was elected as chair of the Young Academy of Europe (YAE), at their annual meeting in Barcelona.

Mangala Srinivas

The YAE is a pan-European initiative of outstanding young scientists for networking, scientific exchange and science policy. The YAE is organized as a bottom-up initiative of a dynamic and innovative group of recognized European young scientists and scholars with outspoken views about science and science policy.

Members provide input and advice from a younger generation’s perspective – a vital requirement to shape EU-wide Science Policy for the prospering of science in Europe for future generations. 

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