Source: Tehran Times
TEHRAN, Jul. 26 (Mehr News Agency) - The first international congress of Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USERN) along with the first festival will be held in Tehran in November.
Dr. Nima Rezaei the founder and head of USERN told Mehr News technology correspondent on Tuesday that the Network had started operating in early 2016 in Iran, and had absorbed more than 2,200 members from 5 continents and 60 countries worldwide; "160 member of the advisory panel serve our members of whom 11 are Nobel laureates. They work in 45 groups which provide education for the lovers of knowledge," Rezaei added.
"The first congress and festival will be held November 8-10 when Tehran will be a hub for scientists coming from around the world; notable among them is the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012 Sir John B. Gurdon and one of the Abel Prize Laureates 2015 Louis Nirenberg from Canada," he detailed.
"The congress will address wider knowledge issues as life in other planets, atmospheric condition changes, the earth, cells, genome, stem cells, philosophy of science, data analysis, strategic management, man and physical aspects of man, environmental and social factors on his life, and ultimately nostalgia," Rezaei told Mehr News.
USERN, based on University of Tehran, will award young scientists under 40 of distinction and exceptional achievements in five domains of theoretical sciences, physical sciences, biology, medicine, and social sciences.
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