Mongolia’s Best Scientific Researches Awarded

Mongolia’s Best Scientific Researches Awarded


On the occasion of the Day of Scientific Researchers, 28 people were granted with ‘The Best Scientific Researcher’ title and medals on November 30. Also, the best scientific researches of 2012 have been selected with dignitary, S.Shatar – the State Honoured Scientist of Mongolia, has won the first place with a four million MNT prize for his three series research of Terpenoid Chemistry. The second place went to D.Regdel, the Science PhD and academician, and S.Enkhtuya, the Science PhD, while Dulmaa who serves at the Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology of Mongolia was awarded with the third place for her research. The ‘Honourary Credentials’ of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences were granted to six scientists and two researchers took the Best Young Researchers of 2012. Sh.Tsend-Ayush, the Cultural Merit Worker of Mongolia and writer was also granted with ‘Scientist Writer’ certificate. In 2013, 25.8 billion MNT were budgeted for the science sector and 9.2 billion of which will be used for technological projects.



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