InfoComm MEA 2013, Co-Located at GITEX, Displays Cutting Edge Educational Technology, Helping Organisations Affordably Reach Larger Audiences Universities, schools and corporations are bracing for a surge in demand for technology [...]Read more ›
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By Athar Osama The number of female researchers in the Islamic World is above average, but this does not translate to the quality of their participation, says Athar Osama. Women’s [...]Read more ›
“Africa on the Move – Showcasing Africa’s Innovations” The first Africa Forum on Science, Technology and Innovations will take place from 1 to 3 April in Nairobi. Hosted by the [...]Read more ›
[DOHA] Arab scientists have called for an increase in funding for research partnerships between the Arab states, whether by governments, civil society institutions or the private sector.Read more ›
The winners of the L’Oreal-UNESCO Pan-Arab 2011 for Women in Science FellowshipRead more ›
[CAIRO] Arab scientists want their countries to undertake regionally coordinated research into sustainable development, saying that policies established almost 20 years ago, after the 1992 Earth Summit held in Rio [...]Read more ›