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Horsh Beirut, the capital's main public park, hosted the eighth edition of Ayam Al Ouloum, the Science Days Festival, in collaboration with the Culture Ministry. The science fair attracted thousands of children and students from schools across Lebanon over the weekend; a month after Beirut's Governor Ziad Chebib reopened the park for Saturday visits only. Non-governmental organizations, high schools and universities were present, including the Lebanese Solar Energy Society and Kalimat, the Lebanese Center for Capability Development; Rawda High School; Beirut Arab University, the American University of Beirut, Notre Dame University and the American University of Science and Technology. A short distance away was a group of six students from BAU showcasing the "Smart Can," an innovation that promises to solve Lebanon's waste problem by mechanically sorting organic and nonorganic waste and then recycling it.
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