The United Kingdom’s Royal Society has elected Prof. Sebsebe Demissew as one of the ten new Foreign Members this year. The Royal Society is one of the world’s most prestigious science academies. Each year it admits to its membership up to 52 new Fellows from the UK and the Commonwealth and up to 10 Foreign Members from around the globe. Prof. Sebsebe was one of the 75 candidates shortlisted for nomination as Foreign Member of the Royal Society. Members are elected for life through a peer review process based on substantial contribution to science. Election to the Royal Society is a mark of international recognition for distinguished work in research. Prof. Sebsebe’s election to the Royal Society’s membership is yet another testament to his outstanding research work in Ethiopia, Africa and Europe which has earned him similar other national and international recognitions and honors.

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