Researchers have identified the genetic makeup of the bacteria causing Yemen’s cholera epidemics. The new research could improve treatment, if the right antibiotics could reach the people who need them.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates pledged to increase their humanitarian aid, including money for teachers’ pay. It’s unclear, though, how the aid will be delivered.
As the Jameel Ghanem Institute of Fine Arts reopens in Aden, officials look to the restorative powers of the arts to help the war-torn nation rebuild.
As crises escalate, so does the number of displaced scientists. But a precise overall count is elusive.
Eqbal Dauqan starts a new research and teaching career in northern Europe after losing hope of returning soon to her war-torn country.
New hardships and cuts in financial support have ended studies for some. The war “has killed our future,” one student said.
In territory held by the Iranian-supported rebels, the conflict has resulted in professors and classes that reflect the Houthi views.
Seven Arab countries show an increase in violence against schools, universities, students and staff in the past five years.
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.
A documentary highlights the difficulties that refugee scientists face in trying to continue their careers in exile.