Saudi Arabia | 3 inventions by the Saudi Electronic University at the Geneva International Fair

2024-04-21 2024-04-21T13:37:42Z
ندى ماهر عبدربه
ندى ماهر عبدربه
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Weather of Arabia - The Saudi Electronic University proudly participated in the Saudi inventions pavilion at the Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions in its 49th edition, along with 26 other Saudi government universities. Dean of Graduate Studies, Research and Innovation, Dr. Nisreen Bint Saadi, explained that the participation includes three inventions that reflect the university’s role in scientific interaction with the international community, and opens new horizons for cooperation, exchange of experiences, and access to the contributions of other parties in the field of research and innovation.

This participation comes within the framework of the university’s ongoing efforts to enhance scientific research and activate its role in the transition to a knowledge economy, in accordance with the plan to develop the research and innovation system with the aim of achieving innovative outputs that contribute to achieving sustainable development goals.

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