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Dr. Rongxiang Xu wird während seiner Auszeichnung mit dem internationalen Golden Biatec 2013 erklären, wie sich menschliche Organe selbst regenerieren können
Date:10/21/2013

LOS ANGELES, 22. Oktober 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Rongxiang Xu ist mit dem Golden Biatec 2013 ausgezeichnet worden - einem internationalen Preis des Informal Economic Forum (IEF) Economic Club für seine außergewöhnlichen Forschungsbeiträge zur Organregeneration. Dr. Xu ist der einzige internationale Preisträger der diesjährigen Golden Biatec Awards und reiht sich damit in die Liste der vormals ausgezeichneten Preisträger ein, wie z. B. der ehemalige US-Präsident George W. Bush, Präsident Vladimir Putin und der ehemalige französische Präsident Jacques Chirac. Eine besondere Preisverleihung des IEF wird am 24. Oktober 2013 stattfinden und um 14.00 Uhr MEZ (8.00 Uhr US-Ostküstenzeit und 5.00 Uhr US-Pazifik-Standardzeit) beginnen. Sie wird gleichzeitig an zwei Orten übertragen: Bratislava, der Hauptstadt der Slowakei, und Los Angeles, Kalifornien, USA. Die Videokonferenz wird im Internet als Live-Übertragung unter den folgenden Adressen zur Verfügung stehen: www.hospodarskyklub.sk und www.telepresence.sk/portal/event/detail/event/17

Am Hauptschauplatz, der Hauptstadt der Slowakei, werden Hunderte von renommierten Persönlichkeiten anwesend sein. Dazu gehören u. a. Herr Mihok, der Vorsitzende der World Chambers Federation, Frau D. Podmakova, die Vizepräsidentin der Slowakischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Botschafter von verschiedenen Staaten sowie internationale Führungskräfte aus den Bereichen Wirtschaft, Handel, Wissenschaft, Ausbildung etc. Dr. Xu wird seine Auszei
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