Israeli discoveries and developments that changed the world
In the presence of Her Excellency Irit Lilian, Ambassador of Israel to Bulgaria and Albena Georgieva, District Governor, the Mayor of Vidin Ognian Tsenkov opened the exhibition "Israeli discoveries and developments that changed the world" at the Museum "The Cross Barracks".
The photos for the exhibition are prepared by the Ministry of Science and Technology of Israel and will be shown worldwide with the help of the embassies,said Her Excellency Irit Lillian. In Bulgaria until the New Year the photos will "tour" the Danube towns and then the Bulgarian Black Sea coast.
Research is a universal language that serves as a bridge between peoples and cultures. The achievements of Israeli scientists have made a significant contribution to Israel's international status and have earned the state an honorable place among developed countries. Israeli scientists have gained international respect and recognition. At the head of this recognition are those who have received the Nobel Prize - Prof. Israel Auman and Professor Dan Shechtman; The Turing Award - ProfessorShafi Goldwasser with Professor Silvio Mickali (USA) and Professor Michael Rabin and Professor Dana S. Scott; The Fields medal - Professor Elon Lindenstrauss and many other prestigious awards.
Israeli science is characterized by pioneering innovations. The scientific discoveries and developments of this thriving, knowledge-based industry in Israel have contributed to humanity through their considerable impact on the quality of life of billions of people around the world. Israeli development is: cherry tomatoes, grapes without seeds (and now also watermelons), adapted citrus growing in deserts, drip irrigation; USB flash drive; Numerous discoveries in the field of medicine and cancer treatment, etc.
The achievements, discoveries and developments of Israeli science cover a wide range of spheres and themes with revolutionary discoveries in agriculture, medicine, robotics, computerization, archeology, space science, mathematics, social sciences, etc.
Vidin is the second Bulgarian town after Sofia, where the exhibition "Israeli discoveries and developments that changed the world" can be seen. This is no accident, as the Danubian town has connections with Jews from the 14th century, as the director of the Historical Museum in the city, Phionera Filipova, emphasized.
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