Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation concludes successful Nobel Museum 2017 on Physics

DUBAI — The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation, MBRF, has concluded the third edition of the Nobel Museum at the Children’s City at Dubai Creek Park, where it was held for three months.

Themed “The Nobel Prize in Physics: Understanding Matter”, the Museum attracted tens of thousands of visitors of all ages and shed light on scientists, inventors, and Nobel laureates in the field of Physics, as well as on their discoveries and achievements, making it the first Nobel Museum to ever focus on physics.

For the third consecutive year, the Nobel Museum has been committed to providing scientifically inclined students with knowledge, expertise, and insight into important scientific achievements. The main objective is to motivate visitors to learn from these sources and then implement their newly acquired knowledge to excel and register their own achievements.

Jamal bin Huwaireb, CEO of MBRF, said, “Guided by the National Agenda and UAE Vision 2021, the Foundation has succeeded, for the third year in a row, in spreading knowledge, science, and culture to all segments of UAE society, as directed by Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and our Chairman H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.”

“The Nobel Museum is a cornerstone of the foundation’s plans for the knowledge industry,” Bin Huwaireb explained. “It underlines our efforts to secure all elements necessary to establish an environment that promotes innovation and supports innovators by keeping them up to date with the latest inventions and scientific discoveries. We hope this inspires a new generation of scientists in the country and the wider region.”

“Our choice of theme for this year’s museum has proven quite successful in the community, where thousands of visitors poured in to see the different sections of the museum, and to learn the history of physics and its contribution to our lives. We are confident that our choice of theme for next year, chemistry, will have the same success,” he concluded.

Source: Emirates News Agency