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Pakistani youth receives Young Scientist Award from an American organization

Pakistani youth receives Young Scientist Award from an American organization

ISLAMABAD: A young Pakistani scientist who was not admitted to any university in the country for a year has been awarded the Young Scientist Award by the international American organization Lab Root.

According to the BBC, Umair Masood of Abbottabad has been given this award by Lab Root for two separate scientific investigations. He presented two papers at the International Conference on Molecular Biology and Biochemistry in Australia and the International Conference on Tissue and Regenerative Medicine in the United States. Umair Masood is a fourth semester biotechnology student at Comcast University, Abbottabad.
Umair Masood said in his research that the disease of people suffering from hereditary diseases can be detected quickly and cheaply while the genes of any living thing can be obtained and transmitted to another.

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