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Iranian university holds first USERN international congress

Iran – Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS) held the first Universal Scientific Education Research Network (USERN) international congress in the capital city of Iran, Tehran, […]

Al Azhar University students develop Gaza’s first solar car

Palestine – Inspired by the permanent electricity blackouts and diesel shortage in the besieged Gaza Strip, two students from the Mechatronics Department, Faculty of Engineering and […]

Energy-generating carpet

United Arab Emirates – A team of four female students from United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) are set to shake up the region’s interiors industry with […]

Malaysian eco-warrior reaches a new pinnacle

Malaysia – UCSI University Council member Tan Sri Dr Salleh Mohd Noor is no stranger to summits. Having conquered Mt Kinabalu, Mt Tahan, Mt Ophir and […]

The first and only business school in Middle East to be EQUIS-accredited

United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi University’s College of Business Administration has achieved a new and momentous milestone as the first and only higher education institution […]

Khalifa University professor develops world’s smallest nanoprobe

United Arab Emirates – Dr Mohamed Rezeq, an associate professor of applied math  and sciences, and electrical and computer engineering at Khalifa University has developed a […]

Trusting students with big things

Japan – A bulk of ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern archaeological collection was donated to Tokai University in 2010. Among them, there were about 400 fragments […]

The most extensive scientific cruise in Malaysian history

Malaysia – In 2016, UMT set a major achievement when Institute of Oceanography (INOS) was appointed to lead the most extensive scientific cruise in Malaysia History. […]

Clinicians’ expectations of benefits and harms of treatments often inaccurate!

Australia – Health professionals rarely correctly estimated the benefits and harms of medical treatments and tests – accurate for only 11% of the benefits and 13% […]

LAU geneticist leads revelatory research into Ice Age populations

Lebanon – New genetics research led by Lebanese American University (LAU) Professor Pierre Zalloua has confirmed the existence of isolated populations around the Black Sea and […]