Marfo Named In 100 Top Scientists

Mr. Emmanuel Marfo of the Forestry Research Institute of Ghana has been named one of the top 100 scientists in the world for 2014 the International Biographical Centre (IBC).

His inclusion in the list of top 100 scientists is in recognition of his tremendous contribution in the area of science research and development.

According to the IBC which is one of the leading biographical reference book publishers in the world, Mr Marfo “has made enough contribution in his field of engender influence on local, national and international basis.”

A letter signed by Nicholas S. Law, Director General of IBC, to announce the listing to Mr. Marfo, said “as a holder of this distinction, you can be assured of your place in history and be gratified that your work has not only been noticed but recognised as outstanding.”

The letter said Mr Marfo was chosen out of hundreds of scientists whose profiles were investigated by the Research and Editorial Department of the IBC, adding that his performance in his field of science was considered to be very outstanding.

The IBC described Mr. Marfo as one of the people whose daily work makes a difference, indicating that “as a bearer of this honour, you will be recorded in perpetuity in the halls of the International Biographical Centre.”


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