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At a scientific conference, the 2022 recipients of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia's "Young Scientists Scholarship" competition showcased their work through poster presentations.
Nodar Papukashvili, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, attended the event. In his opening remarks, he congratulated the competition's participants and wished them success for the conference.
The winning young scientists, representing various scientific fields, detailed their research achievements and discussed the results they had attained.
Teimuraz Dochviri, the General Director of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia, also spoke to the conference attendees.
The 2022 awardees of the Rustaveli Science Foundation’s scholarship competition for young scientists include Giorgi Tepnadze, receiving the Niko Ketskhoveli Scholarship in Natural Sciences; Salome Oniani, awarded the Alexander Kartvelishvili Scholarship in Engineering and Technology Sciences; Mariam Chighladze, recipient of the Ivane Beritashvili Scholarship in Medical and Health Sciences; Besarion Lasareishvili, honored with the Davit Sarajishvili scholarship in Agricultural Sciences; Vladimir Gamsakhurdia, winning the Dimitri Uznadze scholarship in Social Sciences; Tamta Khalvashi, receiving the Ivane Javakhishvili scholarship in Humanities; and Ana Tetruashvili, awarded the Ekvtime Takaishvili scholarship in Georgian Sciences.
The objective of this scholarship competition is to foster and promote the scientific pursuits of young researchers working in Georgian scientific research or accredited higher educational institutions, thereby contributing to the advancement of science in the region.