Iran scientist wins ISESCO 2010 prizes for Science and Technology
An Iranian scientist has been awarded with the prestigious Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) 2010 Prizes for Science and Technology.
Hossein Baharvand is a leading scientist with major achievements on stem cell domain at Iran's Royan Research Institute.
ISESCO Secretary in Iran Gholam Reza Karimi told ISNA that the organization gives prizes annually to leading Muslim scholars working on technology and science.
Baharvand receives the prize, a certificate, gold medal, and cash of 5,000 dollars, in the 5th meeting of Islamic countries' science and research ministers which is to be held on October 19-21 in Malaysia.