World-Famous Botanical Garden Eden Project Specialists gave a seminar at Near East University

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Added On: 29 April 2019, Monday, 12:22
Last Edited On: 29 April 2019, Monday, 12:22

World-Famous Botanical Garden Eden Project Specialists gave a seminar at Near East University

Catherine Cutler, the person-in-charge of the biome exhibition of Botanical Garden Eden Project where thousands of plant species collected from various parts of the world have been gathered in Cornwall city of the UK, and Michael Cutler, Botanic and Engineering specialist, gave a seminar at the Near East University.

According to the press information given by the Near East University Press and Public Relations Department, the seminar was attended by the Vice Rector Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Kurt, Forest Office Director Ercan Poyraz, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture Prof. Dr. Zeynep Onur, Director of the Institute of Health Sciences Dr. Hüsnü Can Başer, Vice Dean Assist. Assist. Prof. Dr. Sema Uzunoğlu, Head of Department of Architecture Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kozan Uzunoğlu, Tashkent Nature Park representatives, Kleideskop Tourism Director, academicians and students.

Catherine Cutler, the project supervisor of the Eden Project, stated that the Tropical Biome greenhouse had a domed greenhouse established on a closed area of 15590 m2 housing over 1200 plant species belonging to different regions of the world and that the visitors could observe the growing rubber, banana and bamboo plants in the facility. Botanic and Engineering Expert Michael Cutler, who is working in the Eden Project, gave information about irrigation, temperature and maintenance units of the Eden Project.

The participants’ questions were answered at the seminar which attracted great attention. After the seminar, Vice Rector Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Kurt presented the Certificate of Appreciation to the experts and stated that they were honored to welcome them at the Near East University.

World-Famous Botanical Garden Eden Project Specialists gave a seminar at Near East University

Near East University Landscape Architecture Students will be able to conduct their Internship (Internship) in cooperation with Eden Project…
Following the presentation of the Eden Project, the Head of the Department of Landscape Architecture Assoc. Prof. Dr. Özge Fuller, announced that the students of the Faculty of Architecture, Department of Landscape Architecture will be able to conduct their internship studies within the body of the Eden Project for the 2018-2019 academic year. Assoc. Dr. Özge Fuller, announced that the students who have at least 2.72 CGPA academic success degree and also a good level of English, can make their applications to the Department.

The Eden Project has international partners all over the world…
The Eden Project, which is a gigantic botanic park established by a handful of volunteers in 2001, is one of the most beautiful botanical parks in the world today. Eden Project (Eden Project Limited), operated by more than five hundred people, including 7253 plant species and subspecies in the Eden Project Botanic Park, is the largest greenhouse in the world. The Eden Project executives work with various international partners to shape and build new Eden Projects in different parts of the world. They are currently developing three projects in China. One of the projects, Eden Qingdao, is working on water to show the importance of water for life in the world. There are similar projects in Australia, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, and the USA.

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