A Tunisian researcher wants to be the first in his continent to measure time with atomic precision.
Tunisia’s rural regions need more water to share in the country’s prosperity, scholars say.
The clubs build critical-thinking skills and give students the freedom to express opinions in a structured way.
Non-communicable diseases associated with lifestyle and environment are on the rise, but disease patterns vary greatly by income levels and, in some cases, gender.
Deaths from AIDS are declining globally, but they are increasing in the Middle East and North Africa.
Some universities in the Middle East have added services based on Western models. Others offer no services at all.
In Tunisia, the biggest group representing engineers has caused controversy by criticizing the country’s higher education ministry over its perceived failure to maintain academic standards.
New platforms seek to democratize problem-solving by tapping the wisdom of the crowd.
More women are studying law, and many choose a career in the judiciary. But social expectations may slow their advancement.
In search of better jobs, Tunisian women have started to study vocational subjects traditionally taken only by men.