TEHRAN (MNA) – The 1st international congress of Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USERN) held in Tehran has announced its winners, including 2 Iranians and 3 scientists from other countries.
The first International Congress of Universal Scientific Education and Research Network known as USERN was held on November 8-10 at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, where the top 1% scientists across the world presented the latest findings in the fields of stem cells, nanotechnology, cells programming, genetics, climate change, life on other planets, philosophy of science and mathematics.
The key topics of the conference were in the fields of medical sciences, social sciences, computer science, physics and chemistry, as well as basic sciences.
The USERN awards were granted to two Iranians Dr. Jamshid Aghaei from Iran and Morteza Mahmoudi from the US, as well as Alexander Leemans from Belgium, Lucas Joppa from the US, and Floris de Lange from the Netherlands.
The five USERN laureates have been selected among 500 participants, and each received $10,000 as cash prize.
According to Dr. Nima Rezaei, the founder and head of USERN, the Network started operating in early 2016 in Iran, and has absorbed more than 2,200 members from 5 continents and 60 countries worldwide.