3 Iranian women selected as best Asian female scientists

The names of three Iranian women have been mentioned in the list of 50 registered scientists in the book of "Biography of Asian Female Scientists", published by the Association of Academies and Societies of Sciences in Asia (AASSA).

Iran (IMNA) – Tahereh Kaghazchi and Zahra Emam-Djomeh are the two Iranian scientists who are introduced to AASSA by Iran's Science Academy of the Islamic Republic as the most distinguished women of Asia regarding science and engineering. 

Tahereh Kaghazchi is the member of engineering sciences group of Iranian Academy of Sciences, and the professor of chemical engineering in Amirkabir University of Technology. Zahra Emam-Djomeh is a science and food industry engineering professor in the college of Agriculture and Natural Resources in University of Tehran.

In addition, another Iranian-Australian woman, Mahshid Firouzi, was introduced by the Science Academy of Australia, as the distinguished woman, her biography is published in this book as well. She holds B.A and M.A degrees in chemical engineering from the University of Science and Technology of Iran, and PHD degree from Queensland University of Austarlia.

The book of "Biography of Asian Female Scientists", which includes the answers of 50 great Asian scientists to nine questions, was published with the purpose of presenting successful examples for girls and women and encouraging them to improve and pursuing education in scientific majors.

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