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Dr Tarek Shavki, Minister of Education and Technical Education and President of the Knowledge Bank, Iasmin Fouad, Minister of the Environment, Ashraf Abdul Basit, President of Mansoura University, and Nizar Ibrahim, fossil scientist of the vertebrate, opened Friday evening at the University Center Mansoura for the excavation of fossil remains , the first of its kind in Egypt and the Middle East. United States and representatives of the UNESCO Regional Office for Science at the Dusit Thani Lake Hotel.
This event, sponsored by the Egyptian Knowledge Bank and the Arabic edition of the journal Scientific American by Springer Nature Research, aims to highlight one of the most important academic and scientific successes of Egyptian scientists over the past 10 years. Great scientific discoveries of the creatures existed on the land of Egypt a few million years ago years, including the dinosaur of Mansoura Souras, one of the most important scientific discoveries published in 2018.
Tarik Shavki: Today we celebrate the adoption of scientific knowledge in Egypt and the Arab world in the field of research on vertebrates
Tarik Shavki, Minister of Education and Technical Education and President of the Egyptian Knowledge Bank, said that the celebration held by the Egyptian Knowledge Bank and Springer Nature, in the presence of a large number of scientists and public figures from Egypt and the Arab world, contributes to supporting scientific research and the adoption of scientific knowledge. Special research on fossil vertebrates. Researchers' efforts and their discoveries are visible through an exhibition at the margins of the celebration, leading us to a fascinating world to see the creatures that existed on the land of Egypt many years ago.
Tarek Shavki expressed his satisfaction with the joint presentation of the Egyptian Knowledge Bank and the Science Magazine for the achievements of Egyptian researchers, and is an important tool for promoting science and supporting scientific culture in Egypt and the Middle East region, which will have the greatest impact on supporting a better future.
Shavki added that the launch of a specialized academic center for vertebral fossils for the first time in Egypt and the Middle East has yet another great achievement for Dr. Hisham Salam and his team were added to the record of his international success, especially the discovery of the Mansoura dinosaur, one of the most important scientific discoveries in 2018.
He added that Egypt is full of bright models, and we are reforming the education system to graduate honors such as those who work in the field of excavation, thanks to Dr. Hisham Salam, who did not wait for money or fame and worked with all his efforts to provide science for the benefit of people, pointing out that Egypt taught scientists outside of Egypt. They can set up science schools such as Dr. Hisham Salam.
Minister of Environment: The Center will contribute to the excavation under the Egyptian presidency of the African Union
Minister of Environmental Protection, Iasmin Fouad, expressed his happiness on the opening of the University Center for Fossil Excavations in Mansoura and emphasized the cooperation and support of the Ministry of Environment in advance and continuously with the Center to facilitate their missions and exploratory excursions in search of excavations in natural reserves.
The Minister of Environment pointed out that the center will be the first center in the Middle East, under the chairmanship of Egypt and the African Union, and will preside over biodiversity, which will significantly contribute to digging documentation in Egypt and Africa.
She stressed that linking young people with science, learning and discovering that Egypt has great strength in a well-educated youth.
Hisham Salam, director and founder of the University of Mansoura for the excavation of the vertebral column, said: "San on the establishment of a scientific and academic center for vertebral fossils and the formation of cadres of Egyptian scientists in this field has remained for me for 11 years, including the famous Nature magazine.
He added that the Center's researchers are working with international and regional universities to share experiences and localize knowledge, and hope that these efforts will contribute to raising the scientific status of Egypt and spreading scientific culture in this field in the Arab world. World Natural Histories.
He further said that fossils of vertebrates are organisms that lived before the appearance of humans a million years ago, including fossils that lived on the land of Egypt, pointing out that his journey to establish a center began with one pillar and that it was still maintained, and that his team had only two daughters.
He concluded that passion is the main driver of every job and success, adding that new discoveries will be announced for 30 million years and soon 100 million years.
Dr. Ashraf Abdel Basset, President of the University of Mansura, said: "We are celebrating the Egyptian young Egyptian heroes, who were financially supported by the Egyptian government and returned to serve their country." They did not complain about the weakness of opportunities.
"Springer Nature is committed to supporting the research community by sharing its findings and delivering high-quality reports to enhance public understanding and confidence in science," said Asda Kotani, senior vice president of Springer Nature, the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe. We are delighted to be part of this event and celebrate the opening of the University Center for the Exploitation of Mansoura and congratulate Dr. Hisham Salamu on his inspirational efforts for scientists, researchers and Egyptian and Arab society as a whole.
"The goal of efficiency is to highlight the significance of vertebrate fossils in general, especially in light of the presence of Egyptian scientists who make special discoveries in this area, including the Egyptian dinosaur Mansuru," said Dalia Abdel Salam, editor of the website of the Arabic edition of Scientific American. "
She stated that the scientific site is interested in covering major scientific discoveries and simplifying science for the incompetent reader in an attempt to create a third language that combines science and journalism. Dalia also stressed that sponsoring this event is one of the goals of the company to transfer serious scientific knowledge to the Egyptian and Arab public.
At the margins of the celebration, an exhibition of some of the most important fossils of vertebrates discovered in the Egyptian desert, some of which are over 350 million years old, will be held, and a discussion will be held to support scientific research in the field of fossil vertebrates. In this rare specialty and how to use and transfer the exchange of these experiences in the Arab region.
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