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The 14th Annual L'Oréal-Unesco Awards or Women on Science: From March 26 to March 29, Paris Welcomes and Honours Tomorrow's Scientific Talents
Date:3/26/2012

PARIS, March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

The L'ORÉAL-UNESCO For Women in Science program is welcoming the 15 International Fellows in Paris for a week of scientific meetings and debates.

  • On Wednesday, March 28, from 4 pm to 5:15 pm, the International Fellows will be presenting their research at the Pasteur Institute in Paris. Following these presentations, a cocktail will be held at the Institute where the International Fellows can be met individually

  • On Thursday, March 29, from 9 am to 12 pm, the Lutetia hotel will be hosting a morning of scientific debates with the International Fellows and the press. Human health topics such as diabetes, bacterial infections or cardiovascular accidents will be discussed during a series of debates moderated by Vivienne Parry, scientist by training, writer and broadcaster. The roundtables will be a rare occasion to have direct contact with the International Fellows and conduct one-to-one interviews  

  • In the evening, the International Fellows will be attending the Awards Ceremony at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, starting at 6:30 pm, along with the 2012 Laureates in Life Sciences, who will be awarded for their contribution to the advancement of science

Before participating in these exciting scientific meetings during which you will be able to personally meet the International Fellows and get a deeper insight into their research, you can learn more about the 15 of them and read their profiles on the dedicated newsroom: http://www.FWIS2012.com

There, you will also find photos and video portraits of the Fellows.

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The International Fellows 2012 are:

Medical chemistry:  Peggoty Mutai, 
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