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By Holding the First Judging Panel Meeting;

Student’s ideas of the second national award of stem cells and regenerative medicine will be judged.

By holding the first stage of judging panel meeting for the second national award of stem cells and regenerative medicine, the confirmed projects in the section of student ideation were evaluated.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, the first meeting of the judging panel of the second national award of stem cells and regenerative medicine was held on May 10th 2017 and the approved projects, which were sent to the student ideation section, were evaluated.

According to this report, 63 student projects were sent to the secretariat of the event in the form of innovative ideas.

After providing of a summary for judgment results by specialists in fields of stem cell and regenerative medicine, six top ideas will be introduced to the final stage.

In this meeting, which was held in the presence of 31 specialized judges, each sent idea to the secretariat was assessed by three judges, so that the works of the final stage are determined based on scores.

It is noteworthy that the second judging panel meeting for the second international congress and national festival of stem cell and regenerative medicine will be held at Iran international conference center July 12th-14th, 2017, and the winners will be introduced.

 

According to this report, the first place winner will receive five gold coins, whereas the second and third place winners will obtain four and three gold coins, respectively, in the closing ceremony of the second international congress and national festival of stem cell and regenerative medicine.


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