Saudi Ph.D. student wins award at Rome scientific conference



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Published — Wednesday 9 January 2013

Last update 8 January 2013 10:20 pm

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TABUK: A Saudi Ph.D. student researcher on scholarship from the University of Tabuk has won an award at a scientific conference in Rome, SPA reported today, quoting an official of the university.
Dr. Faleh Al-Salami, the vice rector of Tabuk University for Higher Studies and Scientific Research, said Hind Al-Juhani's work, titled "Removal of organic compounds from wastewater," ranked third for the best research in the world.
Al-Juhani's research focused on the use of nanotechnology to remove organic compounds from wastewater for reuse in irrigating farms without having any planktons that cause epidemics for agricultural products.

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