The final competition of the World Robot Olympiad in Hungary and the Syrian teams in the top ten

Gyor-Hungary,ST-The final  competition of the three-day “Smart Cities” World Robot Olympiad in Gyor, Hungary, ended its activities on Friday with the participation of  three Syrian teams and 423 teams from 73 countries.

SANA said in a statement that the Syrian Rubex team from the Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology, consisting of Luna Salameh, Abdul Rahman Hourani, Zain Al Abidin Zureik and coach Hamza Saddar, ranked eighth globally for the highest regular category competition for ages 16-19.

Rector of Damascus University discusses with delegations from Slovakia and Kazakhstan activation of scientific cooperation

On November 6, the Rector of Damascus University Dr. Maher Qabakibi discussed with the Rector of the University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia Professor Ferdinald Dano ways of developing scientific and academic cooperation relations between the two sides.

During the meeting, the two sides agreed to activate the previous scientific agreements and prepare for the signing of a new agreement in the field of economy, marketing, e-commerce and administration.

Dr. Qabakibi pointed to the Damascus University’s keenness in developing  scientific relations with various universities in the world.

Syria to take part in the Final of WRO 2019 in Hungary

DAMASCUS, (ST)- Syria is to take part in the international finals of the World Robot Olympiad ( WRO) 2019, which is due to be held in the Hungarian city of Gyor between November 7th and 10th under the title "Smart Cities".

423 teams from 73 countries are participating in the event

Director of the Syrian Science Olympiad at the Distinction and Creativity Agency Nubough Yassin told SANA that three Syrian teams will participate in the competitions, including Aero 403 team for Regular Junior category aged 13-15 years, Robix team for Regular Senior category aged 16-19 years, Squadros team for Open category aged 16-19 years.

 The WRO is the largest and most important annual event in the world in the domain of robotics.

University Students Design a Laboratory Model That Generates Electricity

Mahmoud Radwan Jamous, Mohammad Shafiq Suleiman and Ahmad al-Kheder are Students from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Tartous. They have invented a laboratory model that generates electricity through pressure or walking.

The project took about 3months, while the application of the design took only two days.

Student Mahmoud Jamous said: "the importance of design lies in its ability to generate Electric energy from the feet movement ".

Syrian Child invents a Solar energy Project

Hayel Al-Salamah is a Syrian child from Suweiyda city who    succeeded in inventing a solar energy project from the environment  to light streets.

Al-Salamah who is 11 years old, started to apply his idea out of his love of research and discovery, trying to collect all the available electronic and old  parts and recycled them again to achieve his idea until he succeeded in forming solar energy for street lighting .