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The German expert, CIM med, is expanding in the Arab medical market

The manufacturer of mounting systems will be present at the MedExpo trade fair in Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia continues to invest in the health care sector. The MedExpo trade fair is an ideal forum for international companies to present their innovations. The high quality standards of the German health care sector are setting the pace in the Arab world. They …

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Saudi Arabia: nasair provides opportunities for young entrepreneurs

  nasair set to sign a franchise agreement at the ATM that empowers young Saudi entrepreneurs Dubai, April 30, 2012 – nasair, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s national carrier, signed a landmark franchise agreement, which will realize the dreams of many young Saudi entrepreneurs. The deal, which took place on April 30 of ATM Dubai 2012, forms a key part of …

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MCN Learning Participation at Saudi E-Health 2012 Conference Commemorated

The goal of the Saudi E-Health 2012 conference is to bring together both healthcare providers and information technologists to empower the advancements in the delivery, quality, and continuity of healthcare. The conference’s strong ties to The Saudi Association for Health Informatics (SAHI) and healthcare communities offer abundant opportunities for interaction and collaboration along with the National E-health initiative as guided …

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Saudi Arabia: Potato and plantain batteries show promise

A simple battery powered by potatoes may soon become a reality as scientists in developing countries move closer to commercialising their research. The idea of batteries made out of vegetable matter sandwiched between zinc and copper plates is being trialled by several groups around the world, including Saudi Arabia and Sri Lanka. Suliman Abdalla, professor of physics at King Abdulaziz …

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Saudi Arabia: 7 new colleges approved by King Abdullah

JEDDAH: Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has approved seven new colleges including two medical colleges, Higher Education Minister Khaled Al-Anqari announced on Monday. The new colleges will be established in Tabuk (college of business) Hail (business of administration), Baha (college of computer science and information technology), Hafr Al-Baten (college of business administration) and Asyah, Qassim (college of …

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Saudi Education Minister clarifies stand on new women universities

MAKKAH: Higher Education Minister Khaled Al-Anqari said on Tuesday that the establishment of new women’s universities in the Kingdom would depend on the outcome of Princess Noura University in Riyadh. “On the basis of that results future decisions will be taken either to establish new women universities or to keep the existing system,” he told reporters after opening a conference …

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Saudi woman teacher wins education award at MEA Forum

JEDDAH: A Saudi woman secondary school teacher in Jubail has won an international award for the innovative educational methods she presented during the annual Partners in Learning Middle East and Africa Forum held in Jordan recently.

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Google to help Saudi businesses get online

The “Getting Saudi Businesses Online” initiative will launch later this year, and is expected to be rolled out to other countries in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena). It will be similar to Google schemes elsewhere in the world, such as “Getting British Business Online”.

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Islamic states urged to adopt ambitious science plans

[ISLAMABAD] Ambitious proposals to put innovation at the heart of research efforts across the Islamic world were approved by science leaders from member countries of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) last week (11–13 January).

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Sierra Leone: Saudi Arabia encouraged by progress in IT

Sierra Leone’s Information Attaché to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Middle-East and Gulf States early this week told a group of government officials, medical practitioners, academicians and businessmen in Riyadh about the Pan African e-Network project launched in Sierra Leone about a few months ago.

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