Tang Prize

Enosi Life Sciences’ Sir Marc Feldmann to Join 2020 Tang Prize Masters’ Forum in Biopharmaceutical Science

Monday, September 21, 2020 - 2:00pm

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Enosi Life Sciences , a drug research and development company focused on providing industry-leading therapeutics for inflammatory autoimmune diseases and cancer, announced today that its co-founder and board member, Sir Marc Feldmann, will participate in the 2020 Tang Prize Masters Forum in Biopharmaceutical Science.

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  • SAN DIEGO, Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Enosi Life Sciences , a drug research and development company focused on providing industry-leading therapeutics for inflammatory autoimmune diseases and cancer, announced today that its co-founder and board member, Sir Marc Feldmann, will participate in the 2020 Tang Prize Masters Forum in Biopharmaceutical Science.
  • Sir Marc Feldmann is one of the leaders of anti-TNF trials in the UK and US.
  • To see Sir Feldmanns presentation at the live-streamed 2020 Tang Prize awards program and Masters Forum, please visit the official Tang Prize website or follow its YouTube channel .
  • Enosi Life Sciences is a drug research and development company focused on providing industry-leading therapeutics for autoimmune diseases and cancer.

Taiwan's 2020 Tang Prize Laureate Wang Gungwu to Talk about the Many Faces of Sinology

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 1:00pm

The Tang Prize Foundation and National Chengchi University will co-host the 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum for Sinology, scheduled to take place from 2p.m.

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  • The Tang Prize Foundation and National Chengchi University will co-host the 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum for Sinology, scheduled to take place from 2p.m.
  • Prof. Wang Gungwu, 2020 Tang Prize winner in Sinology and world authority on the study of the Chinese overseas, will speak on the topic, "The High Road to Pluralist Sinology."
  • The Tang Prize in Sinology recognizes the study of Sinology in its broadest sense, which encompasses not only Chinese philology, linguistics, literature and art but also Chinese thought and history.
  • It is for all these achievements that he was awarded the 2020 Tang Prize in Sinology.

Taiwan's 2020 Tang Prize Biopharmaceutical Science Laureates to Decipher the Code of Body's Inflammatory Responses

Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00pm

The Tang Prize Foundation, in collaboration with Experimental Biology of the US and Taiwan's National Cheng Kung University, will stage the 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum for Biopharmaceutical Science at 9a.m., Taiwan time (GMT+8), on September 22, and livestream it on the Foundation's website (https://www.tang-prize.org/en/week.php?cat=94 ), with both Mandarin and English settings available.

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  • The Tang Prize Foundation, in collaboration with Experimental Biology of the US and Taiwan's National Cheng Kung University, will stage the 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum for Biopharmaceutical Science at 9a.m., Taiwan time (GMT+8), on September 22, and livestream it on the Foundation's website (https://www.tang-prize.org/en/week.php?cat=94 ), with both Mandarin and English settings available.
  • In addition to the lectures delivered by three 2020 awardees, 2014 Tang Prize and 2018 Nobel Prize winners Dr. James P. Allison and Prof. Tasuku Honjo will also take part.
  • Harkening back to the golden age of the Tang Dynasty in Chinese history, the Tang Prize seeks to be an inspiring force for people working in all corners of the world.
  • For more information on the Tang Prize and its laureates, please visit www.tang-prize.org

COVID-19 Prompts Tang Prize Laureates to Examine New Challenges Facing Sustainable Development

Friday, September 11, 2020 - 2:00pm

Economic development, environmental conservation, and social justice are the three pillars of sustainable development, at the core of which is ecological conservation, the main theme of this forum.

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  • Economic development, environmental conservation, and social justice are the three pillars of sustainable development, at the core of which is ecological conservation, the main theme of this forum.
  • In addition to the moderator, President of Taiwan's Academia Sinica Dr. James Liao, and the keynote speaker, 2020 Tang Prize winner in Sustainable Development Dr. Jane Goodall, three previous Tang Prize laureates will also contribute their professional opinions.
  • Therefore, the Tang Prize Foundation cordially invite you to join us in this forum and learn about the masters' insight as to how to realize sustainable development under these trying circumstances.
  • For more information on the Tang Prize and its laureates, please visit www.tang-prize.org

Tang Prize Foundation and National Taiwan University present 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum: Power of Civil Society for Realization of the Rule of Law

Thursday, September 10, 2020 - 1:00pm

To look into this question, the Tang Prize Foundation, in collaboration with National Taiwan University, present the 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum : The Rule of Law, from 10:30 to 13:00 (GMT+8) Taiwan time on September 21.

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  • To look into this question, the Tang Prize Foundation, in collaboration with National Taiwan University, present the 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum : The Rule of Law, from 10:30 to 13:00 (GMT+8) Taiwan time on September 21.
  • They will be exchanging ideas with the Laureates about the dedicated work in the field they have been conducting over the years.
  • Dr. Samuel Yin, Chairman of Ruentex Group, founded the Tang Prize in December 2012 as an extension of the supreme value his family placed on education.
  • For more information on the Tang Prize and its laureates, please visit www.tang-prize.org

Amid Turmoil, 2020 Tang Prize Laureates Strive for An Orderly New World

Sunday, June 21, 2020 - 5:47am

Her work laid a strong foundation for the world's march towards a sustainable future.

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  • Her work laid a strong foundation for the world's march towards a sustainable future.
  • Renowned historian Wang Gungwu won the prize in Sinology, "for his trailblazing and dissecting insights on the history of the Chinese world order, Chinese overseas, and Chinese migratory experience.
  • Established by Taiwanese entrepreneur Dr. Samuel Yin, the biannual Tang Prize consists of four categories, namely Sustainable Development, Biopharmaceutical Science, Sinology and Rule of Law, with NT$ 40 million (approx.
  • Through promoting the interaction and cooperation between culture and technology, it aims to find a 21st century path to the sustainable development of the world.

Amid Turmoil, 2020 Tang Prize Laureates Strive for An Orderly New World

Sunday, June 21, 2020 - 5:30am

Her work laid a strong foundation for the world's march towards a sustainable future.

Key Points: 
  • Her work laid a strong foundation for the world's march towards a sustainable future.
  • Renowned historian Wang Gungwu won the prize in Sinology, "for his trailblazing and dissecting insights on the history of the Chinese world order, Chinese overseas, and Chinese migratory experience.
  • Established by Taiwanese entrepreneur Dr. Samuel Yin, the biannual Tang Prize consists of four categories, namely Sustainable Development, Biopharmaceutical Science, Sinology and Rule of Law, with NT$ 40 million (approx.
  • For more information, please visit the prize's official website at https://www.tang-prize.org/en/first.php
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Pioneer Conservationist Jane Goodall Awarded 2020 Tang Prize in Sustainable Development

Thursday, June 18, 2020 - 9:24am

TAIPEI, June 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace, and one of the most influential primatologists today, was announced winner of the 2020 Tang Prize in Sustainable Development today (June 18), "for her ground-breaking discovery in primatology that redefines human-animal relationship and for her lifelong unparalleled dedication to the conservation of Earth environment."

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  • TAIPEI, June 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace, and one of the most influential primatologists today, was announced winner of the 2020 Tang Prize in Sustainable Development today (June 18), "for her ground-breaking discovery in primatology that redefines human-animal relationship and for her lifelong unparalleled dedication to the conservation of Earth environment."
  • In 1991, Dr. Goodall established the Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots Program, further committing herself to environmental education and charity work.
  • Therefore, the Tang Prize Selection Committee decided to name her the 2020 Tang Prize Laureate in Sustainable Development, in order to commend the crucial role she has been performing throughout her life, in promoting sustainable development in the international arena.
  • It aims to promote the interaction and cooperation between culture and technology research so as to find a 21st century path to sustainable development.

Pioneer Conservationist Jane Goodall Awarded 2020 Tang Prize in Sustainable Development

Thursday, June 18, 2020 - 8:35am

TAIPEI, June 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace, and one of the most influential primatologists today, was announced winner of the 2020 Tang Prize in Sustainable Development today (June 18), "for her ground-breaking discovery in primatology that redefines human-animal relationship and for her lifelong unparalleled dedication to the conservation of Earth environment."

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  • TAIPEI, June 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace, and one of the most influential primatologists today, was announced winner of the 2020 Tang Prize in Sustainable Development today (June 18), "for her ground-breaking discovery in primatology that redefines human-animal relationship and for her lifelong unparalleled dedication to the conservation of Earth environment."
  • In 1991, Dr. Goodall established the Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots Program, further committing herself to environmental education and charity work.
  • Therefore, the Tang Prize Selection Committee decided to name her the 2020 Tang Prize Laureate in Sustainable Development, in order to commend the crucial role she has been performing throughout her life, in promoting sustainable development in the international arena.
  • It aims to promote the interaction and cooperation between culture and technology research so as to find a 21st century path to sustainable development.