Young Egyptian inventors win 10 medals at int’l exhibition  in Geneva
Plane crew take a picture with the young Egyptian inventors - Youm7
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CAIRO: Young Egyptian inventors arrived home to Cairo after winning seven golden, two silver and one bronze medal at the International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva, Youm7 reported Wednesday.

Mostafa Agha won a golden medal and a special prize from the United Arab Emirates and Portugal for his research on “seawater desalination and the production of solar-powered electricity.”

Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Tawab won a silver medal and a special prize from the UAE, Portugal and Malaysia for his research on producing anti-shock cars, and Mercedes reportedly is negotiating with him to adopt his invention.

Mohamed Gamal won a silver medal in mechanics; Ahmed Abbas Mohamed won a golden medal and the Dr. Farag Moussa Award in physics for his research on producing electricity from metro train movements.

Ahmed Abdullah won a bronze medal in genetic engineering with his research “smart genes for unlimited silk,” as well as a special prize from King Abdulaziz University and from Portugal.

 

Plane crew take a selfie with the young Egyptian inventors - Youm7

Plane crew take a selfie with the young Egyptian inventors – Youm7

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