Sons of Salman again on the platforms of “ISEF 2022” with an unprecedented historical achievement

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawhiba) and the Ministry of Education for the sixteenth year in a row, won 15 major prizes and 6 special prizes during its participation in the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF 2022) among students from 85 countries, which was held in Atlanta. In the state of Georgia, USA, during the period from 7 to 13 May, the Kingdom participated, represented by the King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawhiba) and the Ministry of Education.

Salman’s sons won two prizes in first place, two awards in second place, 5 awards in third place, and 6 awards in fourth place.

Student Abdullah Al-Ghamdi in the field of energy won the first places for his qualitative project “Engineering a metal-organic dual-functional framework for the production and storage of hydrogen with high efficiency and effectiveness,” and student Dana Al-Eithan in the field of chemistry for her distinguished project “Selectively producing hydrogen from formic acid using a special effective catalyst for power generation. The student, Mansour Al-Marzouki, won second place in the field of environmental engineering for his distinguished project “Designing a multifunctional metal-organic framework for carbon dioxide capture and optical conversion,” and student Faisal Al-Khuwaiter achieved second place in the field of plant sciences for his distinguished project “Studying Bacteria.” Beneficial from olive trees to fight drought. The student, Mawadda Ali, achieved the third place in the field of social and behavioral sciences for her qualitative project “A new application in the use of 3D printing to diagnose drug doses”, and the student Elaf bin Muaiqel achieved third place in the field of materials science for her qualitative project “Enhancing the performance of photoelectric water separation for a catalyst.” Cu2O-CuO with a low thickness, and student Tahani Ahmed achieved third place in the field of materials science for her specific project “Development of highly efficient and non-toxic perovskite materials (CsSnI3) for solar and thermal energy harvesting”, and student Ahmed Buhaisi achieved third place in the field of plant sciences. For his qualitative project “Combating the infestation of parasitic seeds by using cytokinin in different combinations with fluoridone and ethylene precursors”, and the student Abdullah Al-Hamada achieved third place in the field of energy for his qualitative project: “A new approach using iron and cobalt oxides as photoelectric pulverizers to separate water throughout the day The student, Rafaa Qanash, ranked fourth in the field of engineering technologies for her qualitative project “Studying the characteristics of hydrogen self-ignition in a pressure-dependent ignition engine.” Al-Ghamdi achieved fourth place in the field of plant sciences for his distinguished project “Studying the interaction of mutations of growth proteins in plants to control root growth”, and the student Mar Al Kaka ranked fourth in the field of earth and environmental sciences for her qualitative project “Estimating the capillary pressure of oil reservoirs using magnetic resonance.” Nuclear NMR”, and student Areej Bjoy fourth place in the field of chemistry for her qualitative project “Developing a new hybrid compound as a single source for the production of nanocrystals of manganese oxide and sulfide”, and student Maria Al-Ghamdi fourth place in the field of chemistry, for her qualitative project “Improving the performance of Photoelectric stimulation of carbon dioxide-decorated WO3 using electrodeposition of water splitting,” and student Maryam Al-Abdulbagi, fourth place in the field of translational medical sciences, for her impressive project “Benzodioxin derivatives as dual inhibitors of a number of alpha enzymes for the management of type 2 diabetes.”

With this achievement, the Kingdom raised the balance of its special prizes at ISEF 2022 to 104 prizes, as it has participated in the exhibition since 2007, including 68 major prizes, 36 special prizes.

The Secretary-General of King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawhiba) Dr. Saud Al-Mathami extended his warmest congratulations and blessings to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman for this new national achievement, which was achieved thanks to God Almighty, and then with the support of the rational leadership. For the sons of the nation, which yielded this uniqueness and superiority among the developed countries in international forums and competitions.

He also congratulated the Ministry of Education, the students, their families, their schools, and their teachers for their achievement, wishing them further success.

Dr. Al-Mathami stressed the importance of the joint effort of the Mawhiba Foundation and the Ministry of Education to continue achieving achievements and achieving the goals and initiatives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, by upgrading the capabilities and talents of gifted and talented students in the general education stages efficiently and effectively, according to the latest scientific methods in raising the gifted. , as the most comprehensive approach in the field of talent and creativity in the world.

He added that the integrative partnership between Mawhiba and the Ministry of Education and their strategic and supportive partners, especially SABIC, Saudi Electricity, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, and Aramco, contributed to the development of an environment, climate, talent and creativity system that provides students with a rich environment to acquire science and knowledge. , and elevate them and their skills highly.

The Secretary-General of “Mawhiba” explained that this partnership has produced honorable models of Saudi human capital that are efficient in achieving and crowding out adults on the podiums, and the ability to devise solutions to sustainable development problems facing the world for the prosperity of humanity.

The Saudi science and engineering team included 35 male and female students from 11 educational departments, who participated in qualitative projects in promising fields, including: artificial intelligence, renewable energy, pharmaceuticals, and the environment, and they were selected from among the 40 winners and grand prize winners of the National Olympiad for Scientific Creativity (Ibdaa 2022). Which is one of 19 different programs offered annually by Mawhiba to talented students who are discovered annually in the Kingdom.

The Kingdom, represented by the Mawhiba Foundation, also participated in the “ISEF 2022” exhibition as a main sponsor, and presented 19 special awards for the best projects participating in the energy field, as is its custom each year. These included scholarships at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, and grants to attend the Mawhiba Global Enrichment Program. In addition to cash rewards.

This year, ISEF attracted more than 2,000 participants from public education students, representing more than 85 countries, and this is the Kingdom’s 16th consecutive participation in the Intel ISEF, as its participation began in 2007, as part of an annual program organized by the “Mawhiba” Foundation, in partnership with The Ministry of Education, and during the previous participation, Saudi students won 83 prizes, including 53 major prizes and 30 special prizes. The Foundation also presented special annual international prizes in the competition for students from 20 countries.

The Regenern International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) is the largest competition fair for pre-university research and innovation.

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