Young Asian Inventors

WSJ writes about the Asian Wall Street Journal’s Young Inventors Awards, which “aim to recognize and reward the ingenious thinking, effort and experimentation that lead to the discovery and creation of new ideas.”

The Gold Award goes to Wang Qijie of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, for creating all-fiber optical interleavers and deleavers — a component of optical networks.

The Silver Award goes to Randall Law of the National University of Singapore for inventing an ultrafast laser nanopatterning device.

The Bronze Award goes to Liang Xiaojun, Sun Yi and Zhang Xuming, also of Nanyang Technological University, for developing a chip-based cancer-diagnostic kit.

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Rajesh Jain

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