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Use of modern science and technology for developing a mines program in Iraq

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12/4/2017 9:28 AM

Use of modern science and technology for developing a mines program in Iraq


Continuing education unit at the faculty of sciences at University of Baghdad held in cooperation with the ministry of environment a symposium entitled “Use of modern science and technology to develop a mines program in Iraq”. The symposium included four axes that shed light on how to increase the awareness in mines and other serious waste as well as different kinds of official warning signs adopted by all countries especially those developed by local people to alert. Director of studies and research division at the college Senior Biologist Nada Shaalan Hammoud delivered a lecture on the use of modern technology in detection of anti-personnel and anti-tank mines as well as manufacture of artificial limbs and rehabilitation of victims. The symposium was concluded by emphasizing the need to reduce deaths and injuries caused by mines and explosives so that to reduce their social and economic consequences.





   

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