Near East University Center for Environmental Studies and Cyprus Herbarium and Natural History Museum Director Prof. Dr. Salih Gücel was elected as a member of the Mediterranean Science Team

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Near East University Center for Environmental Studies and Cyprus Herbarium and Natural History Museum Director Prof. Dr. Salih Gücel was elected as a member of the Mediterranean Science Team
Representing Cyprus in the Mediterranean Science Team, Near East University Center for Environmental Studies and Cyprus Herbarium and Natural History Museum Director Prof. Dr. Salih Gücel will receive an award on September 24 in Alicante, Spain, at the gala to be held in honor of 11 scientists.

Near East University Center for Environmental Studies and Cyprus Herbarium and Natural History Museum Director Prof. Dr. Salih Gücel was elected to the Mediterranean Science Team, which includes 11 scientists who stand out with their Mediterranean research. The Mediterranean Science Team aims to make significant progress for the economic and cultural future of the Mediterranean by making the science, technology and innovation capabilities of Mediterranean countries visible, contributing to the development of cooperation among them, and creating opportunities for change by benefiting from research results.

The Mediterranean Science Team focusing on the common problems of 23 Mediterranean countries (Turkey, Cyprus, Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, France, Greece, Iran, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Malta, Morocco, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Syria, Tunisia and Montenegro) with the support of the European Commission, consists of 11 scientists who contribute most to the development of knowledge and strategies as well as carrying out research which make significant contributions to the scientific world. Among the priority research topics of the Mediterranean Science Team are science for the future, technology, health, climate change, anthropology and marine sciences.

Near East University Center for Environmental Studies and Cyprus Herbarium and Natural History Museum Director Prof. Dr. Salih Gücel was elected as a member of the Mediterranean Science Team

Mediterranean Science Team will meet in Spain on September 24
The Mediterranean Science Team will come together on September 24 in Alicante, Spain, at the gala to be held in honor of 11 scientists. The gala will be hosted by the Spanish public institution Casa Mediterráneo, which was founded in 2009 and of which main purpose is to promote mutual knowledge and bring Mediterranean countries closer together in different fields such as culture, economy, climate change, gender equality, scientific and technological innovation. José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero will also attend the gala.

At the gala, Near East University Center for Environmental Studies and Cyprus Herbarium and Natural History Museum Director Prof. Dr. Salih Gücel will be given an award for his successful projects in the Mediterranean region and for his successful efforts to protect the creatures living in nature.