Kartar Lalvani receives extraordinary honour

Dame Mary Archer, chairman of the Science Museum Group, presenting the fellowship to Kartar.

Indian-origin entrepreneur Kartar Lalvani was awarded Britain’s prestigious Science Museum Group Fellowship in recognition of his contribution to the scientific world and philanthropy….reports Asian Lite News

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Dr Kartar Lalvani

London-based Lalvani, founder and chairman of Vitabiotics Ltd, received the fellowship at the Director’s Annual Dinner at the Science Museum here last night.

“It is truly one of my life’s greatest privileges to accept the fellowship from the science museum. To be honoured by this renowned, iconic institution is the highest affirmation and accolade of my life’s work that I could imagine,” Lalvani said.

His company, Vitabiotics Ltd is a vitamin and mineral based food supplements company.

Lalvani is the second Indian to be honoured with the fellowship. The other is Sir Venki Ramakrishnan.

The list also includes Queen Elizabeth II, the longest serving monarch in British history.

Dame Mary Archer DBE, Chairman, Science Museum Group, presented the fellowship to Lalvani.



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