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Mollanazari: Alzahra University can be an important center for the participation of women in the scientific events

Mollanazari: Alzahra University can be an important center for the participation of women in the scientific events


 

Dr. Mahnaz Mollanazari, Secretary of the 6th STEP Women in Science and Technology Committee and President of Al-Zahra University, gives a very warm welcome to the guests at the beginning of the opening ceremony of the 3rd round Mustafa Prize on 9 November, 2019, which is simultaneous with Islamic Unity Week. She mentions that Al-Zahra University has gratefully hosted the guests in a special week that ends to the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). She also expresses that the main reason to name this day is to make the human society benefit from scientific results, and innovations, and create appropriate atmosphere for scientific discussion. She emphasizes on science and utilizing of the technology as requirements for the development of country. Moreover, she indicates that the Supreme Leader of Iran, Khamenei, has always focused on the significance of science and technology. He has stated for several times that a nation can merely communicate with all over the world through its scientific power. The scientific void in a country cannot be filled with honor, independence, identity, safety, and welfare.

Dr. Mahnaz Molla Nazari continues that it is important to have influential and scientific interactions with foreign universities and foreign research centers. In this way, international and cooperative interactions are salient targets at Alzahra University. Such achievements have been very considerable recently.

She adds that the formation of technological and scientific web is another remarkable guideline through which we can increase the national potency. Finally, Dr. Mahnaz Mollanazari explains that Alzahra University can be an important center for the participation of women in the scientific events.

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