Fatemeh Pourhassan snatches bronze in 2021 World Swiss Invention Competition

Geneva (IP) - An Iranian student won the bronze medal of the 2021 World Invention Competition in Geneva and registered her name as a global inventor at the permanent location of IFIA (International Federation of Inventors Assembly) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Iran PressIran News: The 2021 World Swiss Invention Competition was held virtually in Geneva with the participation of 650 inventors from around the world, under the supervision of the International Federation of Inventors Assembly (IFIA).

The competitions were held for members of the International Federation of Inventors, where the students competed with each other in a variety of disciplines, including engineering, computer science, agriculture and the environment, chemistry and biology, and medicine.

The name of Fatemeh Pourhassan was registered as a global inventor with the extension INV and with a profile and a unique code at the permanent location of IFIA in Geneva, Switzerland.

Iran's International Federation of Inventors dispatched Mahsa Hojjatoleslami, Hamed Ahari, Kambiz Larijani, Anousheh Sharifi, Ali Asadi Aria-Mehr Maleki, and Nima Naghibi Iravani, and they took part in the exhibition held in Zagreb.

Iranian inventors topped the Croatian International Invention Exhibition with three individual gold medals and a silver medal in the team.


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