The annual theme of the 6th WLA Forum is carefully chosen to be "Science Leads Transformation". About 300 leading scientists will attend the forum in Shanghai, including: world laureates, Chinese academicians, senior scientists and outstanding young scientists, aspiring to advocate for international cooperation and promote science development through communications and dialogues at the forum.
Permanent Site of the WLA Forum (Lingang Center) 555 Haigang Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China
The speakers were spellbinding and we learned a lot. Thank you again for an excellent conference except as Lenore has pointed out, the lack of women speakers.
I much enjoyed the session with the young scientists as well as the Closed-Door Symposium with the many prestigious scientists gathered for this unique event. Thank you for organizing such exciting events!
I really enjoyed the program and especially the Young Scientists Forum. It was very informative and stimulating.
If we could extend this platform, extend this platform to a continuous time-linked system which is where the form is a sort of depository where we could just put on the table, question or idea or wish, and then this is communicated to all the colleagues.
The WLA has become a major mechanism for international understanding and cooperation.
I hope that this World Laureates Forum will be a vehicle for good contact around the world, so that we can really make progress on these problems.
It's certainly that WLA Forum has brought the energy and the momentum. But now you have to bring the breath of it and the global story of it, which essentially are enlarging in terms of cultural impact, people, and diversity. And that's what I hope we're going to bring.”
The event that opens door and promotes international exchange and cooperation.
We scientists go together and are not forced, to not be fenced from as Kurt has said, to share ideas, share top science with each other. I think that is the only hope we humans have.