Three women have been named in Asia’s top 100 scientists

Three Bangladeshi women have been named in Asia’s top 100 scientists for their important contributions to research. The list was published last Monday under the headline ‘The Asian Scientist 100’ by the Singapore-based magazine ‘Asian Scientist’.

The list includes Bangladeshi women scientists: Salma Sultana, Chairperson of the Livestock Advancement Foundation (MALF), and Dr. A.S. Ferdousi Qadri and Saima Sabrina, Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).

According to the website of Asian Scientist, this is the sixth time this list has been made. This time, researchers and inventors have been selected to play a role in tackling this year’s important issues, ranging from climate change to coronavirus.

This website provides a brief overview of the identities of the scientists and their researches. In addition to Bangladesh, scientists from China, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam topped the list.

During this critical time of the Corona pandemic, they have played a unique role in undergoing research works in a variety of fields, from molecular imaging to quantum computing.

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