Iranian young inventors reap awards in Thailand

TEHRAN, Feb. 06 (MNA) – In the closing day of 2017 Thailand TID, Iran’s inventors have won a total of 14 medals for their inventions.

Iranians competed with inventors from 20 countries including Poland, hosting Thailand, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Lebanon, UAE, Egypt, and Switzerland.

A group of two inventors Saeid Zarezadeh and Ramin Aghebati won three silvers and a single bronze. Their notable inventions included an anti-microbial herbal wound healing numb for diabetic ulcers by Ramin Aghebati. A second invention was precast concrete which won for the group a bronze.

Yet a more sophisticated invention was a system to generate electricity using gravitational force and its interaction with a floating object in the water. The invention brought a silver to the group.

 Masoud Tajbakhsh of Inventors Federation Office in Iran also presented the competition with a number of other inventions by Iranians which was a success and won a gold, 8 silvers, and a bronze medals. The gold-mining invention was prosthetic hands and feet; other inventions were innovations in medicine, environment, road traffic, water purification, etc. which won silvers for Iranian camp. Automatic hair-clipper also won a bronze in the closing day of the event.

The 20th Thailand Inventor’s day (TID) will be held from February 2nd to February 6th in 2017 in Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC).


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