UAE University Launches the Activities of the Innovation Month 2023
Wed, 1 February 2023
Zaki Nusseibeh: The UAE University is creating a generation of students capable of
leading the future and achieving the vision of the wise leadership to make the UAE
a global innovation hub
During the launch ceremony, the United Arab Emirates University announced the launch of a series of activities during Innovation Month 2023, "UAE Innovates", on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, in the presence of H. E. Zaki Anwar Nusseibeh - Cultural Advisor to H. H. the President of the UAE, Chancellor of the UAE University - and a number of the UAEU leaders, faculty members and students.
H.E. Zaki Anwar Nusseibeh said that "the UAE University aims, through its continuous efforts in research, development and strategic educational plans, to create a generation of students capable of leading the future and achieving the vision of wise leadership in making the UAE a global innovation hub" for the best minds in this field.”
He pointed out, "We are pleased that all the initiatives and events launched by the university over the last few years during Innovation Month have greatly spread the culture of innovation among everyone, encouraging the spirit of competition, and highlighting the innovative and creative ideas, and the pioneering faculty and students’ innovative projects. He added, "This year, we look forward to seeing your creations and innovations, which prove to everyone that the UAE University is the university of the future, which embraces elites that drive towards a bright future full of scientific and technical innovations for our current and future generations,
The launch ceremony included the presentation of the UAEU faculty members, researchers and students’ projects. The Department of Integrative Agriculture presented Hydroponic and Aquaponic units in Nutrient Film Technique for comparing coriander herb production. The College of Engineering presented “the roller expanded tube-to-tube sheet joints using friction stir welding process for heat exchanger applications ". The Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering presented a Method for Ammonia Recovery from Contaminated Water Including Solvay Effluent and Aqueous Solutions. The Khalifa Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology presented a number of agricultural sustainability -related projects.
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