Mehdi Safari, executive manager of Mustafa (PBUH) prize, initiated in 2015, attended the presser ahead of 4th summit of Exposure of Industries to Scientists’ Achievements (EISA) counted the exposure of industries to scientific achievements as way for building synergy among scientists in the world of Islam, reported Taqrib News Agency.
He made the remarks during the press conference of 4th summit of Exposure of Industries to Scientists’ Achievements (EISA), which is held by the Mustafa(pbuh) Science and Technology Foundation (MSTF) on Sunday.
The EISA initiated after the first round of Mustafa (pbuh) Prize in 2015 in order to provide market and expand innovation and patents provided by scientists of Islamic world, he said.
Seyyed Ali Omrani, the executive Director ofMusfata(pbuh)science and Technology Foundation, speaking at the conference, said, ”To give credit, create network, develop capacity and discourse making are the main principals of MSTF.”
The event expanded market for patent and product in Muslim and non-Muslim countries as about 40 agreements were signed between scientists, companies and investors during past rounds.
He highlighted EISA for facilitating the scientists and companies in the world of Islam to find their market in other Muslim states and expand their knowledge on their technology potentialities.
Based on the figures 15 agreements were reportedly practiced so far.
The second and third rounds of EISA were held in Oman and Pakistan as this round is scheduled to be held on November 9 and 10 at the Azadi innovation factory of the Pardis science and technology park in the Iranian capital of Tehran.