German Jordanian University lab assistant wins first place

in Falling Walls Lab competition

(Photo: From GJU Facebook page)
MADABA — The research assistant from the NanoLab of the German Jordanian University (GJU), Eng. Ahmed Al-Baghdadi was ranked first in the 2021 Fall Wells Lab Jordan competition. Baghdadi won for his innovative project in the field of microfluidics in medical and pharmaceutical industry research.اضافة اعلان

Baghdadi won the competition in its fifth edition. The competition was carried out by the International Society of Engineers in Jordan (EIC) with the support of the German Agency for Scientific Exchange (DAAD), and GJU, as an academic partner, considering it received a number of young Jordanian scientists and entrepreneurs applicants.

Ten of them were selected to pitch their ideas to a jury on September 18 at the Zain innovation platform.

Baghdadi was given a free trip to the German capital, Berlin, to represent Jordan and to present his project in front of global experts and scientists at the Fall Wells World Conference, Baghdadi qualified for the finals after his short presentation to a jury from the industrial and academic sectors.

Falling Wells Lab is a platform based in Berlin for academics, businessmen, and professionals from all disciplines who have the opportunity to present their research work, business models, innovative projects, or ideas with their peers and a distinguished jury of academia and business.

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