Two Turks among the Belgian "promising scientists" list Who are they?

Two Turks among the Belgian "promising scientists" list Who are they? The Turkish chemist Sepal Oydoler and the Turkish neurologist Cagatay Aydin were chosen among the list of "promising scientists" in Belgium, in recognition of their scientific research in their field of expertise in the country.  Two scientific journals in Belgium chose the Turkish chemist Sepal Oydoler and the Turkish neurologist Cagatay Aydin among the list of "promising scientists" in recognition of their scientific research in the country.  The scientific journals "EOS Wetenschap" and "Youth Academy", published by the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences of Belgium, have been selecting young scientists since 2013, among the list of "promising scientists".  The two journals chose 5 young scientists on their list for this year, including Turkish chemist Sepal Uydoler and Turkish neurologist Cagatay Aydin.  Oedoller, who conducts her research at Ghent University in Belgium's Flanders region, made it onto the list thanks to the methods she developed for recycling plastic bottles in a cheaper and higher quality way.  In turn, Aiden continues his research at the Belgian Catholic University of Louvain, and made the list thanks to research that allows further examination of patients with disorders such as schizophrenia and autism, by revealing the neural networks that contribute to self-awareness.

The Turkish chemist Sepal Oydoler and the Turkish neurologist Cagatay Aydin were chosen among the list of "promising scientists" in Belgium, in recognition of their scientific research in their field of expertise in the country.

Two scientific journals in Belgium chose the Turkish chemist Sepal Oydoler and the Turkish neurologist Cagatay Aydin among the list of "promising scientists" in recognition of their scientific research in the country.

The scientific journals "EOS Wetenschap" and "Youth Academy", published by the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences of Belgium, have been selecting young scientists since 2013, among the list of "promising scientists".

The two journals chose 5 young scientists on their list for this year, including Turkish chemist Sepal Uydoler and Turkish neurologist Cagatay Aydin.

Oedoller, who conducts her research at Ghent University in Belgium's Flanders region, made it onto the list thanks to the methods she developed for recycling plastic bottles in a cheaper and higher quality way.

In turn, Aiden continues his research at the Belgian Catholic University of Louvain, and made the list thanks to research that allows further examination of patients with disorders such as schizophrenia and autism, by revealing the neural networks that contribute to self-awareness.
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