The Galilee Society held its annual science conference last Monday, November 15th in a hybrid format (both online and in person). The conference aimed at presenting the most recent developments and results of the ongoing scientific research at the Applied Research Institute of the Galilee Society. This conference is regarded an annual ritual attended by a vast and diverse audience interested in science and education from all walks of life.
The conference featured three different sessions, the first of which focused on climate change and health behaviors, the second of which featured controversial scientific research on the environment and energy, and the third of which focused on water treatment and valuable material extraction technologies. The research presentations were based on the findings of the study conducted by the researchers and experts at the Applied Research Institute at the Galilee Society.
The conference drew a huge number of scholars, representatives from numerous colleges across the country, as well as teachers of science, agriculture, and environment from both the Arab and Jewish communities. Representatives from several ministries and research centers from across the country also attended the conference.