Casablanca – Moroccan Monarch, King Mohammed VI, has sent a telegram of congratulations to Adnane Remmal, the Moroccan biologist who won the European Inventor of the Year Award.
King Mohammed VI has sent a congratulatory telegram to the Moroccan biologist who received the European Inventor of the Year Award, Adnane Remmal. The Moroccan Monarch expressed his sincere congratulations to Remmal and stated that this international award would represent a strong incentive for him to continue his efforts in the fields of biology.
The telegram also pointed out that the award would incentivize “the emerging generations of Moroccan researchers to make every effort to represent their country and to promote scientific research, and to contribute to the promotion of the comprehensible and sustainable development that we are leading.”
The award was presented to Remmal by the European Patent Office (EPO) on June 15 during an official ceremony in Venice, for his achievement in developing new methods to improve the effectiveness of antibiotics using herbal oils and medicinal plants.