Dr Subrota Hati is honoured with prestigious ILSI Federation International Scholars Award, Europe
Dr. Subrota Hati working as Assistant Professor in Dairy Microbiology Department, SMC College of Dairy Science, Kamdhenu University, Anand has been selected as the prestigious ILSI Federation International Scholars Award. The IFST Award provides to and fro air fare, hotel Accommodation with meals, visa fees and local transportation to academic scientists who are in an early stage of their careers. The 2022 convening will be held in Brussels (Belgium) from 27-29 June. They selected 13 academic scientists who are in an early stage of their careers from all over the globe on the basis of scientific works on nutrition, food safety and sustainability.
They selected him on a competitive basis, mainly for research works published in reputed International Journals, biodata, Google Scholar citations and H-index. He has to present his work on Peptidomic aspects and molecular interactions of milk peptides from different species of milks in the 2022 ILSI Annual Meeting and Scientific Symposium to be held in Brussels (Belgium) during 27-29 June, 2022.
The International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) is an international federation that seek to provide science that improves human health and well-being and safeguards the environment. To achieve this, ILSI actively promotes multi-disciplinary and multi-sectoral collaborations with scientists from geographically diverse regions of the world. The hundreds of scientists who provide their time and expertise to ILSI’s scientific, capacity building and outreach programs are integral to ILSI’s success. To maintain scientific currency and relevance, it is essential for ILSI to provide engagement opportunities to introduce early-career scientists to ILSI entities so that new collaborative opportunities can be explored
Dr Subrota Hati is honoured with prestigious BRICS Young Scientist, DST (GoI), New Delhi
Dr. Subrota Hati working as Assistant Professor in Dairy Microbiology Department, SMC College of Dairy Science, Kamdhenu University, Anand has been selected as the prestigious BRICS Young Scientist Award (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) in Heath care category, Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi on the basis of his research works, research publications, Awards, projects and Biodata. This type of BRICS Young Scientist is given to only curious young scientist upto the age of 40 years. Dr. Hati is the first person receiving this coveted BRICS Young Scientist in Animal Sciences.
The BRICS Young Scientist Conclave hosted by India (26-30 September 2016), provided an opportunity to engage and network young scientists of BRICS countries. Initiated at the Second BRICS Science, Technology and Innovation Ministerial Meeting at Brasilia (18 March 2015), the BRICS Young Scientist Forum aims at BRICS Youth connectivity. The Second BRICS Young Scientist Forum was hosted by China in Hangzhou in July 2017. South Africa hosted the third Conclave during June 2018 in Durban. The Fourth BRICS Young Scientist Forum was hosted by Brazil in Brasilia in November 2019. Last, BRICS Young Scientist Forum was hosted by Chelyabinsk, Russia in September 2020. In 2021, the conclave will be hosted by the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bengaluru (NIAS), India through the Zoom platform. The Conclave will provide a high-level platform for academic and policy exchange among talented young scientists as well as scientific personnel from BRICS countries too.