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|Saturday, June 10, 2000, updated at 20:30(GMT+8)|
Seven Scientists Elected as CAS Foreign AcademiciansSeven foreign scientists have been elected the fourth group of foreign academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), as they have made outstanding contributions to China's international scientific exchanges and cooperation, announced the CAS Friday.
The new foreign academicians are Y. Austin Chang, 69, American scientist of material sciences; Tomas Hokfelt, 59, a Swedish scientist of neuroscience; Y. C. Ho, 65, professor from Harvard University, a member of the American National Academy of Engineering; H. Inokuchi, 72, a Japanese scientist of physical chemistry; Hartmut Michel, 51, a Nobel Chemistry Prize winner, professor from German Max-Plank-Institute of Biophysics; C. T. Sah, 67, professor with Florida University in the United States; and Tsui Daniel Chee, 60, a Nobel Physics Prize winner and professor from the Princeton University in the United States.
CAS now has 36 foreign academicians. Of the just elected academicians, C. T. Sah is also an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
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