Students of Inha University in Tashkent for the first time took part in the "FALLING WALL LAB" and won first place
Falling Walls Lab is a project created in Germany in honor of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. This is a new annual interdisciplinary conference where young genius can present their innovative ideas in the scientific, social, industrial or business sphere.
“FALLING WALL LAB” is carried out in two stages: in the participating countries, first at the national level, the first selection round with public presentations is held on the 3rd of May, Tashkent hosted a presentation of research presentations, business models, innovative projects and ideas as part of the Falling Walls Lab Tashkent competition organized by the German Embassy.
Student of Inha University in Tashkent Javohir Zhurakhonov and his team presented a start-up project MakeCraft and won first place.
MakeCraft is a platform where everyone using the available tools will be able to create beautiful and useful items from reuseble materials, for example, plastic, rubber. Thereby motivating people to reduce environmental pollution.
Javohir Jurakhonov received an invitation to Germany to present his project at the final stage of the “FALLING WALL LAB”, held annually on November 8–9 in Berlin with the participation of famous German and international representatives of politics, science, economics, culture and the media.
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