Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, represents Egypt in the activities of the global forum held at Denmark during August, 2017. The forum is sponsored by UN. It is attended by major global universities and international institutions that work in development. It is a broad scientific forum that is aimed at boosting innovative ideas for sustainable development for UN.
Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, is chosen by the forum organizing committee to participate in the activities of the forum as a main partner at the forum organizing authority. Faculty of Agriculture also participates as one of the main sponsors of the forum activity. The youth researchers of Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, participate in the forum scientific sessions to present their ideas regarding sustainable development.
This is stated by Faculty of Agriculture Dean at Cairo University Hany Al-Shimy. He pointed out that ،،The forum is an important scientific global incident which major global universities, international funding institutions, and nearly 1000 researchers and innovators at world level participate in.,, Al-Shimy added that ،،The choice of the faculty as a main partner in the forum is an important addition to the faculty especially after it progressed in QS World University Rankings in the scientific sector of agricultural sciences 2016/2017.
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