Best Paper Award

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After a thorough review of all of the papers submitted to the TriNex Consortium, we are pleased to announce that the Best Paper Award is presented to Mr. Hady Habib from Heliopolis University for his outstanding research on a WEF-Related Topic.  We wish Mr. Habib all of the best in the future  

TriNex @ BioVision Alexandria 2016

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On the 14th of April, 2016 the TriNex Consortium sat down to a panel discussion in the prestigious BioVision Alexandria Conference.  The event, hosted by Bibliotheca Alexandrina, covered various topics regarding the cutting edge in science, health, agriculture, and environmental policies to a diverse and distinguished international audience.  As such, the TriNex Project, represented in […]

1 Million Feddans for Life

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On the 1st of September, 2015, experts from around Egypt are invited to attend a High-Level Workshop at Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development.  The workshop, entitled “1 Million Feddans for Life”, will focus on the efforts of the Egyptian government for the project “1 Million Feddans” which has emerged as one of Egypt’s most important initiatives.  Compounding […]

2nd High Level Strategy Meeting

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In an effort to fulfill D.1.2: WEF National Strategic Committees,  Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development hosted the 2nd High Level Strategy Meeting on its university Campus on the 14th of June, 2015.  The meeting was held with the purpose of continuing the highly successful meeting held previously on the SEKEM farms, and aimed to continue […]

Sustainability Meeting at Cairo University

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On the 25th of July, 2015, internal and external partners of the TriNex Consortium met at Cairo University for the second meeting for sustainability of the project.  This effort was part of D.7.1: Sustainability Committee and was in an effort to increase the long-term impact of the project on Egypt and on the state of […]

Bibliotheca Alexandrina

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  The New Library of Alexandria, the New Bibliotheca Alexandrina is dedicated to recapture the spirit of openness and scholarship of the original Bibliotheca Alexandrina. It is much more than a library.   It contains: A Library that can hold millions of books. An Internet Archive Several specialized libraries: Arts and Multimedia, the visually impaired, […]

The American University in Cairo

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The American University in Cairo (AUC) was founded in 1919 as an Egyptian private university. The AUC contributes enormously to the intellectual growth, discipline, and character of the future leaders of Egypt and the region. It has approximately 7,000 students, with 1,000 students at the master’s degree level. The AUC mission is to provide high […]

Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development

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Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development is a newly established university through Presidential Decree No. 298 in 2009. HU is the first university in the Middle East that devotes all its faculties’ research and education activities for sustainable development. HU has been established by a consortium of private and civic entities that works only in areas […]

Cairo University

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Cairo University is the largest and oldest state university in Egypt, was founded in 1908, and is comprised of 45 faculties. The undergraduate students are approaching 200,000 plus 50,000 students in open education and another approximately 30,000 students in postgraduate studies. Arabic is the official language of the university, however, the technical and medical branches […]