Mekong - U.S. Partnership Young Scientist Exchange Program: In the news
In the news:
ASU produces a bumper crop of Southeast Asian entrepreneurs
August 15, 2022
Technology that can enable sustainable agricultural practices and increase productivity are underutilized in each of these countries. So, the Mekong-U.S. Partnership Young Scientist Program recently engaged the region’s young scientists and researchers in the areas of horticulture, engineering and business to develop solutions to agricultural technology and business challenges. Chosen through a competitive application process, the 27 Young Scientist Program fellows participated in a hybrid virtual and in-person event in June and July.
Young scientists explore public health and bioinformatics in Southeast Asia
September 20, 2019
The Lower Mekong Initiative and Arizona State University launched year two of the LMI Young Scientist Program with funding from the U.S. Department of State. In its second year, the young scientists will address public health challenges in the Lower Mekong region using information technology and bioinformatics.
ASU supports young innovators in Southeast Asia
April 22, 2019
Funded by the U.S. State Department, ASU is implementing a three-year program to promote equitable, sustainable and inclusive economic growth in Southeast Asia through education, science and the environment. The Lower Mekong Initiative Young Scientist Program supports young scholars to create a collaborative research community that will develop solutions to challenges people face along the Mekong River.
ASU CREATES NETWORK OF YOUNG SCIENTISTS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
Jan 31, 2019
The Lower Mekong Initiative Young Scientist Program, a joint initiative between ASU and the U.S. Department of State, prepares researchers to solve problems.