Iranian Inventor Wins Gold, Silver Medals in Poland

Saturday, June 21, 2008

An Iranian inventor from Tonekabon city has shone for the second time in international inventions contests of Poland.

Howra Kazeminejad, who studies architecture, took part in the contests in Warsaw on June 4-5 and both her inventions won medals.

She has won a gold medal for crystal concrete which is used to cover the floor of kitchens and staircases and has also won a silver medal for her new and innovative flooring which is made of paper, wood and glass waste.

Kazeminejad has noted that the new flooring is resistant to water and strikes, which is not matched by its foreign counterpart, and has been presented to international markets for the first time.

The inventor noted that her invention is worth 2,400 tomans per square meter.

The invention has been registered under No. 47776 at Iran General Registry of Companies and Industrial Property.

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