Despite the strong bias in many Arab countries against the study of evolution, some scientists find a way. Their secret? Strong patrons.
From a trip to Germany, a Qatar-based writer got a fresh perspective on how scientists can work together to achieve their goals.
A survey of farm workers in Qatar revealed their vulnerability to illnesses caused by the mishandling of pesticides.
Qatar University has opened a medical school, as the country grapples with a shortage of physicians.
Little traditional Qatari architecture remains, but one social scientist is trying to document it.
Experts think sponges may contain compounds that could halt the growth of cancer cells.
The research output at Qatar University’s College of Pharmacy has rapidly grown, but experts remain cautious about the emirate’s pharmaceutical industry.
At the annual WISE conference, in Qatar, discussions about the global future of education often used rhetoric that would ring familiar to Middle Eastern educators.
A new academic publication at the University of Oxford is taking an interdisciplinary look at the countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
A new group devoted to improving the core-curricula in Arab universities held its first meeting.