Three British Asian scientists awarded prestigious Royal Society fellowships Yadvinder Malhi is an ecosystem ecologist
Three British Asian scientists have been elected fellows of the Royal Society, Britain’s independent fellowship of many of the worlds most eminent scientists, for their “outstanding contributions to science”. Krishna Chatterjee from Cambridge University, Subhash Khot from New York University and Yadvinder Malhi from Oxford University are among 50 distinguished people from across the world elected as the 2017 cohort of fellows of the academy. Royal Society’s president, Nobel Prize-winning scientist Venki Ramakrishnan, welcomed the latest batch into the ranks of the society. He said: “Science is a great triumph of human achievement and has contributed hugely to the prosperity…
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