Recently, the list of winners for the 7th "Tan Jiazhen Prize in Life Science" was announced, and 12 scientists have been rewarded with this prize. Among these winners, there are two scientists from Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica (SIMM). Prof. Xuan Lijiang was rewarded with the "Tan Jiazhen Prize for Life Science Industrialization", and Prof. Wu Beili was rewarded with the "Tan Jiazhen Prize for Life Science Innovation".
The "Tan Jiazhen Prize in Life Science" was established upon approval by the National Ministry of Science and Technology in 2008. It is aimed at upholding Mr. Tan Jiazhen's spirit of devotion towards life science, promoting the industrialization of achievements in life science, and inspiring the persistent innovation from the scientists in life science of our country. The reward objects of this annual prize are the scientists with a career of life science who have made achievements, young scientists who have made innovative breakthroughs, and the individuals who make prominent contributions to the industrialization of research findings in life science.
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