Linguistics experts say about 3,500 of the world’s languages are endangered: Some of them are spoken in Iraq and Syria.
One of Egypt’s leading scientists talks about his hopes for farming in the Sahara and the possible resurgence of scientific Pan-Arabism.
An M.I.T. researcher squeezes innovation out of technologies others thought were tapped out.
Amid concern over the Arab world’s coral reefs, an Abu Dhabi researcher shows why they will have difficulty regenerating.
Since the latest fighting began, the number of academics supporting a boycott of Israeli universities has jumped.
An Israeli and a Palestinian scientist reflect on their joint effort to help young adults with cerebral palsy.
Should science be taught in native languages or in the global language of scientific research, asks Saleh Al-Shair.
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.