Young scientists awarded for notable research


The annual Khureltogoot Science Conference was held last week, featuring research works of over 500 young scientists and researchers.
Twelve young scientists were awarded the Minister’s Grant for their brilliant researches about local issues facing Mongolia. Minister L.Gantumur officiated the ceremony and handed over the awards.
This year’s studies covered a wide variety of topics, including mineral research on mines of Mongolian rare elements, current condition of Ulaanbaatar city’s public transport network, and a study on supporting competency of Mongolian sheep wool in market with enhanced price management.
The Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Association of Mongolian Young Scientists, Mongolian Foundation for Science and Technology, as well as university-based research organizations organize the event every year.
The conference reviews and awards researches in six categories which cover Social-Humanitarian, Geological-Geographical, Natural Sciences, Technical-Technological, Biological-Agricultural, and Health.

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  1. hello,Nobel prize..

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