Sunday , 19 August 2018

Science & Tech

Socio-Economic Reintegration of Marginalized Moroccan Youth

An Internatinal Organisation of Migration (IOM) programme seeking to tackle the pressing socio-economic reintegration needs of underprivileged and at-risk young people in the northern Moroccan cities of Tangier and Tétouan has assisted more than 9,000 vulnerable individuals over the past year.

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UNESCO advances gender equality in Moroccan TV

UNESCO’s Office in Rabat, the Medias Training Centre and the Casablanca School of Journalism and Communication organized a training workshop on gender sensitive scriptwriting on 10 and 11 November 2011 in Casablanca, Morocco. This activity took place within the framework of UNESCO’s programme to promote gender sensitive media content in the Maghreb countries.

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Challenges and Opportunities in Egypt’s Industrial Sector

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy: Challenges and Opportunities in Egypt’s Industrial Sector. In the context of the 2011 Celebration of the Africa Industrialization Day under the theme “Tackling Energy Poverty in Africa”

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Arab team 3rd place in Intel Global Challenge for Entrepreneurship

With the presence of U.S. President Barack Obama Under the Emirati patronage: Arab team for the first time catches the third rank in the Intel Global Challenge for Entrepreneurship

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Egyptian scientist sues Nature

A libel case between an Egyptian scientist and the scientific journal Nature has begun in the United Kingdom. Mohamed El Naschie has brought the case because he says that an article that Nature published in 2008 damaged his reputation.

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SA invests R3bn in UAE

SA invests R3bn in UAE Pretoria – South Africa has invested R3.33 billion in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) since 2003, making the country the 19th largest investor in the UAE.

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Underground oasis may boost Egypt’s development

[CAIRO] The Egyptian government is launching work on experimental wells in the desert following a discovery of new access points to a huge underground water oasis spanning Chad, Egypt, Libya and Sudan.

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Galileo Master Competition for nav satellites winners announced

Announcement of the winner team of the title of “the Galileo Master Competition – ESNC 2011” for navigation satellites. Sponsored by the European Space Agency and organized by the Arab Science and Technology Foundation in the MENA region Galileo Master Competition 2011 winners

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Air pollution causing stronger cyclones, study finds

[DHAKA] Air pollution from soot and aerosol emissions is making cyclones over the Middle East and South Asia more destructive, according to a study.

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Libyan researchers appeal to farming experts

[CAIRO] Libya’s Agricultural Research Center (ARC) is trying to get back on track following the country’s recent period of unrest.

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