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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

chnung in Form einer Medaille aus Gold in Los Angeles in Empfang nehmen. Dort wird er auch seine Rede vor vielen Zuhörern halten, zu denen u. a. zwei renommierte Ökonomen (R. Y. Mosny und F. Pancurak, früherer Preisträger des Golden Biatec) gehören, die  in ihrer Funktion als besondere Stellvertreter nach Los Angeles gekommen sind, um Dr. Rongxiang Xu die goldene Medaille zu überreichen. Dr. Xu wird für seinen „beispiellosen Beitrag zu einer Lösung für die Regeneration menschlicher Organe" geehrt. Dr. Xus einzigartiges Patent ist nicht nur im Bereich Biologie bahnbrechend sondern auch für die Wissenschaft insgesamt.

Der erste Golden Biatec wurde vor zwei Jahrzehnten an den damaligen Präsidenten der Slowakischen Republik, Herrn Milan Kucan, verliehen. Viele der ausgezeichneten VIPs nahmen an den Meetings teil oder kommunizierten mit dem Publikum über das Internet. Ein solches Meeting über das Internet fand im Jahr 1997 mit dem ehemaligen Generalsekretär der OECD (Organisation für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung), Donald Johnston, statt und weitere Meetings wurden 1999 mit Professor Jeffrey Sachs, im Jahr 2008 mit dem ehemaligen russischen Premierminister Yevgeny Primakov sowie 2010 mit dem Nobelpreisträger Muhammad Yunus übertragen.

In diesem Jahr wird Dr. Xu die Auszeichnung über eine Live-Übertragung im Internet erhalten und er wird seine bedeutenden wissenschaftlichen Durchbrüche in der Forschung zur Organregeneration diskutieren. Dr. Xu möchte seine Erkenntnisse mit Menschen auf der ganzen Welt teilen und einen informativen Üb
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