L’Oréal and UNESCO present the “Women of Science” award in Paris

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This week the L’Oréal Foundation and UNESCO are organizing the Women in Science Awards Ceremony, where 15 representatives from America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia and the Arab countries will participate. They were honored for their achievements in their fields of study.

This Tuesday, during a reading session at the French Academy of Sciences, The winners explained the research that was conducted in each of their fields.

Due to the pandemic, the winners of the 2020, 2021 and 2022 editions met in a single class held this week in Paris, France.

Mexican scientist Esperanza Martinez Romero, Professor of Environmental Sciences at UNAM’s Center for Genomic Sciences, will be awarded the winner of the 2020 edition, for her pioneering work in The use of environmentally friendly bacteria Which helps plant growth, increase agricultural production and reduce the use of chemical fertilizers.

Scholars cover topics in areas such as biomedical engineering, microbiology, epidemiology, immunology, astrophysics, mathematics, computer science, chemistry and nanotechnology, public health or pediatrics, Infectious diseases, virology, neuroscience, biochemistry and embryology.

The award ceremony will be held on Thursday of this week at the headquarters of the Arab Republic of Egypt UNESCO in Paris.


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