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Women In Science – Award

Friday, October 16th, 2009

Lam Yeng Ming, an associate professor and lecturer, has been awarded an inaugural L’Oreal Singapore award for women in Science. Along with two other women she will receive a S$20,000 that seeks to recognize the women’s contribution to the advancement of research and science. For her project she plans to study the nature of self assembled biomolecules with different functions. She is honored and humbled, and hopes to contribute much more over the course of her career.
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Funding Boost For Women In Science

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

A boost for women in science has been provided from a National Science Foundation Grant of $490,000. New York university was given the money to promote women in science. This large funding grant will be used to support an initiative to promote women and minorities being active in the sciences. This is a campus wide initiate started by the university and now with such funding it appears the program will be of benefit to minorities and women in science.
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Role Of Women In Politics

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

Those who were taking part in a seminar in January discussing the role of women in politics are in agreement that a fifty fifty split representation of men and women in politics, at the decision making levels is realistic and achievable. These agreements were made in a seminar with two women’s interests groups, the Namibia National Association of Women in Business and the Centre Party of Sweden. Expect there to be a equal balance of both the sexes in politics.
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