Increasing The Competitiveness of Arabic Language
The challenge of Arabic script is one of the reasons behind Arab students’ disappointing performance results, the author explains.
A Qatari study of thyroid cancer using Australian post-mortem data suggests the disease is being treated too aggressively.
A 600-page occupational-outlook handbook undergoing a revision seeks to answer a common question: What jobs will be most needed in the future?
The writer discusses what are the possible ways to strengthen the voices of scholars from the Global South.
A U.S.-based journalist spends three days running a multimedia workshop with students who have fled the Syrian conflict.
Although many of Sudan’s best and brightest have fled the country, they band together to support education and research.
After an arduous journey, Ahmad Sadiddin now works as an agricultural economist in Italy.
Academic publishing is more open to nonacademics than ever … but economics forces work against those who don’t have a steady salary.
Arab countries are exporting their best researchers instead of building up the scientific enterprise locally, say the authors of chapter in a UNESCO report.
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