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Twelve Women Scientists Announced as Winners of Elsevier Foundation TWOWS Awards
Date:6/27/2010

s and Kaiser Jamil, the current TWOWS president. The twelve winners include:

    Region   Subject         Nominee       Country        Institution

    Asia    Biology    ZENG, Fanyi          China   Shanghai Institute of
                                                    Medical Genetics
            Chemistry  ORHAN, Ilkay        Turkey   Dept. of Pharmacognosy,
                                                    Gazi University
            Phys/Maths MAHADEVAN, P.        India   S,N. Bose National
                                                    Centre for Basic
                                                    Sciences
    Africa  Biology    EKWENYE, Uchechi    Nigeria  Michael Okpara
                                                    University of
                                                    Agriculture
            Chemistry  EZEJIOFOR, N.A.     Nigeria  Dept. of Pharmacology,
                                                    Abia State University
                                                    Teaching Hospital
            Phys/Maths STEENKAMP, C.M.    S. Africa University of
                                                    Stellenbosch
    Arab R. Biology    ABDEL-SALAM, Ghada   Egypt   National Research Centre
            Chemistry  ALSAKA, Lilyan       Iraq    Environmental &
                                                    Pollution Control
                                                    Research Centre
            Phys/Maths ALI, Sakina F.A.     Yemen   Dept. of Physics, Sana'a
                                                    University
    LAC     Biology    AMEZCUA-ALLIERI,    Mexico   Mexican Institute of
                       M.A.                         Petroleum
            Chemistry  RIVERA, Aramis       Cuba    Institute of Science and
                                                    Technology of Materials,
                                                    University of Havana
            Phys/
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