Two professors at Damascus University offer step-by-step guidelines for young academics on how write about their research and get it published.
The first Arab ranking of Arab universities is expected later this year. It will measure excellence in ways that other rankings miss, such as research published in Arabic.
Abdalrahman Kittana, a professor at Birzeit University, and his brother Basel are now working on a project to restore the West Bank city of Nablus.
A youth science competition in Qatar has selected eight students to represent the country at the London International Youth Science Forum.
Iraqi researcher Mayasah Al-Nema has identified a target compound that shows promise for treating schizophrenia while avoiding side effects.
Hamid Nabil earned a top doctoral degree in English from Mohammed V University of Rabat. Advocates hope his achievement stirs reforms to help all students with disabilities.
A new book by American academic Andrew Simon documents the explosive effect of the arrival of the audiocassette on Egyptian society in the 1970s and ’80s.
Speakers at a webinar sponsored by Scientists for Palestine discuss the problems that hinder academics’ ability to conduct research in the occupied territories.
Mohamed Ould Amar, head of the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation, says a failure to update curricula is creating “an army of the unemployed.”
Ana Costa Freitas, rector of Portugal’s University of Evora, says we need lifelong learning, research, and global cooperation for the good of students and the world.