On Thursday Kuwait had launched children’s science exhibition in Hawali for the fourth time to develop children’s talent on science.

As part of some the strategies for Kuwait 2035 vission been achievement, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), the exhibition aims to encourage children aged 6 to 12 to develop and practice scientific research and discover their scientific talents in order to develop their skills to serve the future of Kuwait, Abdulmohsen Al-Haroon, KISR’s CEO for Marketing and Commercialization Sector.

The previous exhibitions witnessed the participation of over 2,000 children who presented several science projects and experiment.

According to Al-Haroon, the exhibition includes scientific experiments in several research institutions, where they offer many experiments showing how to extract DNA from fruits and explain the impact of natural factors as well as energy efficiency and carbohydrate concentration experiments.

According to Kuwait market research, technology is also one of the core focus areas of 2035 Kuwait Vision. Fibre optic networks, a key technology in the telecommunication sector, will play a fundamental role in the advancement of Kuwait 2035 Vision. Aimed at linking Kuwaiti residents and public with the private entities, the GCC country’s Ministry of Communications is currently installing fibre optic networks spread in a three-phase programme. At present, around 122 homes have deployed the technology as phase 1 and 2 progress, with future plans include an expansion of another 120 homes from various governorates in Kuwait.