A Moroccan engineer says desalination plants could help a country with no oil but lots of coast and sunshine.
The most commonly used measure of how much impact scientists have shows progress in some Arab countries.
A Moroccan scientist turned an endangered tree into a source of income for cooperatives of women that sell its oil.
A student program tries to bridge the gap between academia and industry and encourage innovation.
In Egypt and Lebanon, population growth is exacerbating food and water shortages.
A Moroccan professor who has taught evolution says she is a rarity in the country, an example of a broader debate.
Social scientists working in the Gulf country are learning to adopt their research to the local culture.
At a gathering of those who do “institutional research” for Arab universities, the importance of their jobs became evident.
A first-of-its kind study surveys disability, illness, and causes of death in the 22 countries of the Arab League.