Dr. Ahmed Bassalat, staff member at An-Najah University's Physics Department, recently participated in the Third International Meeting for Science in Palestine which was organized by Scientists for Palestine (S4P) at the Boston-based Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
The international conference focused on different topics most important are the consolidation of Palestinian technology and innovation and biomedical research in Palestine. It aimed to discuss scientific challenges and successes under Israeli military rule of the occupied territories and to provide opportunities for collaboration between Palestinian and international scientists.
The meeting included international and Palestinian scientists from different fields, including computer science, physics, mathematics and medicine.
During the conference, Dr. Bassalat talked about An-Najah University as the largest and most prestigious university in Palestine and referred to the University's most significant achievements. He also talked about the accomplishments of An-Najah's Physics Department through the Winter School of High Energy Physics in Palestine, which is organized annually at the University. He noted that over 100 students and researchers have been part of WISHEPP exchange over the past three years, and WISHEPP IV resulted in the opening of the Center of Excellence in High Energy Physics; first of its kind in Palestine.
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