Young Azeri scientist excels again

Tue 19 May 2015 11:08 GMT | 11:08 Local Time

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A young Azeri scientist has excelled again.

23-year-old Azeri Scientist, the member of Azerbaijani Council in North California Sajjad Yaghoubi, who lives in San Francisco, was the best under-twenty inventors from world invention intellectual property from world china invention association.

He was awarded the best creative inventors special prize in the United States in 2013 for his brightening invent in medical field .

This year he has taken part in the Geneva Largest invention fair in Palexpo and won a bronze medal in medical field for inventing a new innovative tower for removing eye fatigue just by looking at the tower.

His invention also attracted a particular attention at the tournament. Many countries have invited him to carry out this project in their countries.

The well-known newspapers of Turkey and Iran have presented Sajjad as a young scientist last year.

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