The faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics at Kufa University organized a workshop on “Sustainable Development and the Positive Impact of Alkaline Groundwater on the Human Body.” The workshop was conducted by Dr. Rasha Saud Abduaal , and the first lecture was delivered by Dr. Adel Mohammed Hassan. The lecture covered concepts, aspirations, goals, and dimensions of sustainable development, focusing on the well-being of cities, health, water conservation, clean energy production, and the role of the university in innovation and sustainable living. It also emphasized the importance of waste recycling and valorization as a profitable project.
Following that, Biological researcher Jihad Abdul Latif Badran, the director and founder of the Asal Al-Hayat Center, delivered a lecture discussing the importance of water in our daily lives and the harmful effects of water used in activities such as washing, plastic bottle water, and irrigation. He also touched on the Japanese theory of alkaline ionized water, highlighting the differences between regular water and alkaline ionized water, important devices that produce alkaline ionized water, and prominent scientists and doctors worldwide who have spoken about alkaline ionized water and its therapeutic benefits. He also discussed the uses of acidic ionized water in medical treatments.
The workshop was attended by the faculty dean, Dr. Salam Al-augby as well as several faculty staff and students.