Programs
 
 
Program I: World Youth Innovation Forum

 

The World Youth Innovation Forum will differ from many scientific meetings in that it will focus on the importance of chance in the process of scientific research. 

When conducting truly basic research a key point is to ask good questions about things that are not well understood. Often bringing new techniques to bear on old problems can lead to new insights and discoveries. The most important aspect of such work is to notice the unexpected findings, the experiments that fail and to have the freedom to follow through and find out why they failed. 

Usually, there are just two reasons. One is that you conducted the experiment incorrectly. The other – and the most important possibility – is that Nature is trying to tell you that the axioms upon which you designed the experiment are incorrect. This is always the dream of every scientist to realize that a new explanation is needed, that a discovery is possible, perhaps a really important one.

Nobel-winning scientists will talk about the role that chance has played in their own work and how good scientists need the freedom to follow their nose and investigate phenomena that may have no immediate applications, but will later form the basis for important technical developments. Failure in science can be a very good thing when it hints at a new discovery waiting to be made. 

 

 
Program II: International Symposium for Precision Medicine 



Conceived in the spirit of the Nobel Prize, the WNPLS was formed to encourage the basic science, research and scientific talent of the next generation of scientists and to advance medical research for the benefit of humanity. As an annual forum for the exchange of ideas and scientific research with world leading scientists, academicians and medical professionals, the WNPLS promotes enthusiasm, encourages learning, inspiration and transformative action by individuals, public and private institutions. 

The establishment of ISSCNL played a crucial role in joining Nobel Laureates with China’s talented medical professionals in a collaborative effort to improve medical research, administration, treatment and outcomes. The society has rapidly become a significant international conference for related fields and a widely influential academic exchange platform. 

In step with social progress and advances in medical technology, improving human health has evolved into a quantifiable goal based on continuous improvement. By employing better discovery methods, it is clear that the incidence of cancer is climbing and the diversity of the disease spectrum is a serious threat to human health. Currently over a million, the population of tumor patients will rise steadily in the next 30 years. The demand for accurate, effective clinical treatment and adherence to strict rules and standards will rise alongside disease rates. 

 


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