Eman is an Egyptian journalist currently working in Qatar as head of the media department at a construction magazine. She also works on a freelance basis as a producer for Reuters television service. Eman graduated from the college of mass communication, Cairo university in 2001. Through the past 13 years, she has worked with various organizations as editor, reporter, translator, correspondent and producer.
The transition from purely decorative art to more complex works proves a learning curve for society, artists and public art institutions
Researchers have found no evidence that Ramadan fasting might make people more susceptible to Covid-19. They worry more about the risks from late nights and social gatherings.
Quarantining in their rooms, some students struggle with boredom and increased levels of anxiety. For others, there’s still a sense of community from living in student housing.
With less social interaction on campuses, students are feeling more stress. Universities are trying to help them maintain good mental health.
The concept of open-access publishing has been gaining ground in the Arab world, but progress is still slow.
Epidemics are not as isolated as they may appear, says the anthropologist Charles L. Briggs. It’s important to understand the underlying factors that helped shape the situation.
Anthropologists aren’t surprised at the stigmatizing and blaming that followed Covid-19. It’s a typical human response to events too complicated to grasp.
Scientists are using computer simulations to find drugs that might be effective against the new coronavirus and genetics to find out who will be especially susceptible to it.
The Arabic language is seriously underrepresented online. Computer science researchers in Qatar are developing tools to change that,
Native citizens are a minority in the rapidly changing and modernizing Gulf country. A panel in Doha discussed how to preserve their “intangible cultural heritage.”