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Arvid, Swedish pathologist, 1892-1958. See: Lindau disease, Lindau tumor, von Hippel-Lindau syndrome.
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With the Sultanate participating for the fourth consecutive year at Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, TRC has once again pushed forward the importance of research, the power of knowledge and innovation for the country".
Abdulrahim Rashid al Balushi, a PhD student in Theoretical Physics at the University of Waterloo in Canada, and Dr Sausan al Riyami, a renewable energy researcher, will represent the sultanate in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2019.
The TRC is participating in this session for the fourth year in a row, in light of the signing of academic partnership between TRC and the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings in 2015, as well as more than 200 scientific research councils and institutes from 65 countries around the world, within the framework of TRC's efforts to build research capacity, stimulate young scientists, transfer scientific knowledge, and build research capacity for Omanis.
Under a Memorandum of Understanding signed between PIEAS and the Lindau Council in June 2016, up to 10 scholars can participate each year in Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.
Interaction with Noble Laureates is a joint venture of HEC, PIEAS, and the Council for Nobel Laureate Meetings in Lindau, Germany meant for Pakistani nationals studying or working in Pakistan.
Interaction of Young Pakistani Scientists with Nobel Laureates is a joint programme of HEC, PIEAS, and the Council for Nobel Laureate Meetings in Lindau, Germany.
30 Nobel Laureates gather in Lindau, annually, tomeet with the next generation of leading scientists from around the world.
The meeting is scheduled to take place from June 24 to 29 in Lindau, Germany.
Al-Serafi is set to attend the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, a conference for physical sciences Nobel laureates, which is organised every five years in Lindau, Germany.
The Research Council (TRC) has recently announced that Dr Sultan Zayid Khalifa al Shaqsi, resident doctor in reconstructive and craniofacial surgery at the University of Toronto, Canada, and Dr Haitham al Mahrouqi, an ophthalmology resident doctor at Oman Medical Speciality Board, will be the two researchers who will represent the sultanate in the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting that will take place in Lindau between June 24 and 29.