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Happy New Year


 There are only a few hours left and we bid farewell to 2017 with all its good and sad events, hoping to start a happy year 2018 for all.
The management of "Castle Journal  Group " for Journalism and Media led by the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Abeer AlMadawy, is pleased to announce today its list of the most influential and inspiring personalities of the year 2017.


This year, Castle Journal does not conduct a referendum on the Choices names of personalities, but the team of consultants in Castle Journal who are Specialists in all areas of cultural, scientific, political and sports to choose the best figures according to their efforts throughout the year ... This year's choice is characterized by great diversity and respect to A great message of humanity that we target in our media and cultural work . The message  is the call of  peace and humanity.
Thus, Castle Journal Group announces the list of most successful and most Influence and inspiration personalities for 2017, which was limited to a number of public figures in different fields as the following;

 

Ahmed Zewail… The best scientist for the year 2017

 

A tribute to the spirit of the greatest scientist Ahmed Zewail and the reason for his choice is his scientific efforts on which other scientific theories and discoveries built on his basis.

Also for his remarkable discovery that helped a quantum leap in all kinds of science and fields.

Brief information about him from Wikipedia;

Ahmed Hassan Zewail was born in February 26, 1946 – August 2, 2016) .he was an Egyptian-American scientist, known as the "father of femtochemistry". He was awarded the 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on femtochemistry and became the first Egyptian to win a Nobel Prize in a scientific field. He was the Linus Pauling Chair Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Physics, and the director of the Physical Biology Center for Ultrafast Science and Technology at the California Institute of Technology.

 

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