From MI science journey:
“The path in science is not easy and smooth. The researchers need to read and try many times before they discover something significant.” – Shing Chung Lam.
I asked some of his acquaintances at Trajan to describe him to me; they said he is the youngest among the ASTech candidates, one of the smartest, most dedicated and diligent of science researchers and developers.
As I learn more about the ASTech program’s candidates, ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies, I heard of Shing Chung Lam, 25-years-old, originally from China. He is now conducting his Ph.D. research at the University of Tasmania (UTAS). In his study, he is focusing on the ‘Development of portable, high-performance liquid chromatography for use in pharmaceutical production monitoring and control.’
Read the full story about ASTech Higher Degree by Research candidate John (Shing Chung) Lam, at the MI science journey blog: Scientists work hard and aim big; for some, it’s about dedication.