A policy paper from the Chinese government on the Arab world proposes broad educational cooperation.
In an open appeal to the Jordanian King, the writer explains the importance of reviewing the curriculum in the Kingdom, which is full of exclusionary ideology.
One researcher is trying to marry textiles and electronics to improve medical data collection.
A joint project of the German and Jordanian governments creates tri-lingual students with internship experience who regularly land jobs.
With the chances low for real change in educational policies in the region, the author believes informal initiatives may make an important difference.
Fourteen Arab groups organized an online event to help explain evolution, but the event appears to have been a cyber-attack victim.
A scientist fights for her field of research—the biological control of crop pests—to be taken seriously in the Arab region.
Journals recruit Arab academics keen to see their work published. But what is a real journal anyway?
An informal poll of female students in Jordan suggests sexual harassment is a widespread problem.
The public-transportation system in the Kingdom is a discouraging barrier for students, making them miss lectures and exams.