Professor Kenneth Young, a council member of the Shaw Prize Foundation, announces this year’s laureates at a press conference in Kowloon. Photo: David Wong Professor Kenneth Young, a council member of the Shaw Prize Foundation, announces this year’s laureates at a press conference in Kowloon. Photo: David Wong
Professor Kenneth Young, a council member of the Shaw Prize Foundation, announces this year’s laureates at a press conference in Kowloon. Photo: David Wong

Hong Kong’s 2017 Shaw Prize honours work by five international researchers

Two bag award in life science and medicine for discoveries which can lead to advancements in treatment of cancer and neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease

Professor Kenneth Young, a council member of the Shaw Prize Foundation, announces this year’s laureates at a press conference in Kowloon. Photo: David Wong Professor Kenneth Young, a council member of the Shaw Prize Foundation, announces this year’s laureates at a press conference in Kowloon. Photo: David Wong
Professor Kenneth Young, a council member of the Shaw Prize Foundation, announces this year’s laureates at a press conference in Kowloon. Photo: David Wong
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