Lebanon won 3 medals at the International Invention Innovation Competition, ICAN 2022, which was held in Canada, with the participation of the delegation of Lebanon’s National Association for Science and Research.
Due to global health and economic conditions, this year’s competition was organized remotely with the participation of 700 inventions from 81 countries.
Inventors, innovators, students, professors, researchers, and scientists shared experiences during interactive sessions and were briefed on the projects that qualified for the finals through videos on the competition’s website.
The awards were presented to the winning teams, which represent 24 international scientific bodies from universities and research centers.
Among them, three Lebanese projects won a medal each at the ICAN 2022.
Here are the details:
- The “INSECT MONITOR” project produced by Hani Alloush and Hussein Harb won the Canadian Special Award -Toronto International Society of Innovation & Advanced Skills (TISIAS).
This project is an economical innovation that adopts intelligent insect control and enables its user to draw a geographical and time map of the distribution of insects in the world.
- The “Alarm System for Trout Eggs Culture” by Zeinab Mohammad Koeik, Assile Yasser Mohanna, and Aya Mustafa El-Khalil won the International Special Award – Macao Innovation and Invention Association (MIIA)
The project is a device that protects the trout eggs from damage by issuing notifications in the event of any emergency.
- The “Bracket Web Technology” project by Mohamad Baker and Malek Obeid won the International Special Award – Indonesian Invention and Innovation Promotion Association (INNOVA)
This project is a comprehensive and innovative intelligent programming language for the development of Internet technology and an electronic platform for building websites and programs.
This participation is part of the National Association for Science and Research’s strategy to encourage inventors to highlight their abilities and incorporate their innovations at international exhibitions.