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Training for Faculty of Agriculture With Nanotech Company in Egypt
Thursday, 2015/01/08 | 10:28:59

Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University signed a memorandum of understanding with the Nanotech Egypt Company on December 20, 2014. In attendance were Dr. Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University, Dr. Hani Shimi, Dean of the Faculty and Dr. Ahmed Bahgat Honor of Nanotech Egypt.

 

The MOU aims to exchange knowledge and experiences in nanotechnology especially in the fields of agriculture and life sciences. The faculty is seeking to connect with civil society to train young people and faculty graduates to be market ready. Dr. Ahmed Bahgat pointed out that his company is ready to train students and faculty members on nanotechnology to develop a new generation of young scientists with scientific and technological knowledge and have the ability to create and innovate. This also will give opportunities to the graduates to have better chance to work in high-tech companies.

 

For more details of the MOU, email Dr. Naglaa Abdallah of the Egypt Biotechnology Information Center at naglaa_a@hotmail.com

 

 

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