Dr. Salem bin Mohammed Al-Malik, Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), left the Moroccan capital Rabat for the United States of America to participate in the 36th session of the World Space Symposium, organized by the American Space Foundation annually since 1984 in the state of Colorado. The first American to discuss space policy and programs and learn about the latest developments in space science.
ISESCO Director General will be one of the keynote speakers during the symposium, which will be attended by a large number of officials, decision-makers and all sectors of the space community from multiple space-faring countries, space agencies, commercial space companies, cybersecurity organizations, federal and US governmental agencies and organizations, centers research and development, educational institutions, space entrepreneurs, private spaceflight service providers, companies adapting, manufacturing or selling space technologies for commercial use, and specialty media.
On the sidelines of his participation in the symposium, Dr. Al-Malik will hold a number of meetings with officials from a group of major institutions and companies concerned with space sciences and the development of its various applications, to discuss aspects of cooperation with ISESCO, especially in the field of investing modern technology provided by space science in scientific research and environmental preservation. and achieving sustainable development. During the visit, a cooperation agreement will be signed between the organization and the American Space Foundation to promote space programs and sciences in the countries of the Islamic world.
ISESCO’s participation in this major international forum comes within the framework of the organization’s vision that anticipates the future, the successive developments in space sciences, and the importance of technological applications related to these sciences in developing all vital fields. ISESCO seeks to spread awareness of the importance of benefiting from space science applications and technology in achieving development. sustainable and promote peace.
The agenda of the symposium includes a discussion and discussion of a number of important topics, foremost of which is a “future-oriented agenda”, in addition to a wide range of parallel activities, including an exhibition of the latest innovations in the field of space and the most important advances in space technology, ranging from nanotechnology to spacecraft, More than 200 exhibitors will participate.