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EdiCitNet project in Tunisian Science Feast

 The Science Feast was organized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research – Directorate General of Scientific Research in partnership with the Tunis Science City (CST) on October 30 and 31, 2019. The feast of science aims to raise awareness among the general public about scientific culture, the valorization of research of the scientific community, the stimulation in young people of their curiosity for science and their interest in scientific careers, the discovery of jobs resulting from research, knowledge sharing and exchanges between researchers and citizens in a festive atmosphere.

The EdiCitNet project was presented during the Tunisian Science Feast at a plenary Conference. Prof Latifa Bousselmi explained the framework of the EdiCitNet project, the partnership and the overall objective of this project. She also presented the planned actions and the expected impacts of the project. Different concepts of some Tunisian “edible city” case studies were also discussed with the audience.

Presentation of the EdiCitNet project at the exhibition organized during the Tunisian-European Science and Innovation Days (TESI)

During the TESI days co-organized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MESRS), the General Directorate Research Technology and Development of the European Commission (DGRTD) and the Delegation of the European Union in Tunisia (DUE) to make the state-of-the-art of the Tunisian-European cooperation on Research and Innovation (R&I), REACT presented in the exhibition area the EdiCitNet project (poster) to the visitors and exchanged with them about the EdiCitNet concepts and their potential application in Tunisia. The exhibition was organised at the City of Science of Tunis.

For further information about the event you can visit this site.

Author:  Latifa Bousselmi, President of REACT

Organisation: La Recherche en Action, REACT

Email: association [dot] react [dot] tn [at] gmail [dot] com

 

 

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