Dr Jing Meng recognised among Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review
8 December 2022
Dr Jing Meng has been recognised as one of the Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review for her research to understand the cost and uncertainty of low carbon technologies.
BSSC Associate Professor, Dr Jing Meng, has been recognised as one of the Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review for her research to understand the cost and uncertainty of low carbon technologies.
This year, MIT Technology Review, together with Hangzhou Future Sci-Tech City, cohosted the 2022 Meet 35 Forum to announce the Asia Pacific honorees. This list focuses on an inspiring new class of ‘Innovators Under 35’, recognizing the brightest young minds working in technology today. They are entrepreneurs, humanitarians, inventors, and researchers tackling tough cross-industry challenges with game-changing advances in biotech, AI, materials science, energy, computing, and quantum technology. The problems these 35 innovators are working on now, and how to solve them, show us where technology is headed next and why it matters.
This year’s innovators have already made important discoveries advancing scientific theories, innovating industrial technologies, and launching commercial applications.
Dr Jing Meng commented: “Understanding the cost and uncertainty of low carbon technologies is critical to the decarbonisation pathway. My work develops an effective tool to quantitively assess the technological improvement and sheds light on carbon neutrality policies. I am thrilled to be recognised for this work.”
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