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Siemens sponsors young global scientists

June 23, 2006 at 9:56 AM   |   Comments

MUNICH, Germany, June 23 (UPI) -- Young scientists from China, India, Russia, the United States and Europe will be meeting Nobel laureates in chemistry, thanks to Siemens.

The German electronics group will be sponsoring the researchers to travel to Lindau to meet the award-winning scientists.

"Research and development are more crucial than ever today as the foundation for innovation and the creation of new jobs. That is why we foster the talented young people who will become the future top performers in their respective fields. We cherish their outstanding achievement and support them in their socially responsible role as young scientists. Through our commitment to the Lindau Nobel laureates meeting, we enable them to access the highest levels among the global network of scientists," said the company's Chief Executive Klaus Kleinfeld.

The 14 young scientists will be in Germany from June 25 to 30.

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