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Q&A: WHO’s response to the Syrian health crisis
UN research push to protect journalists
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Jordan readies the taps on controversial water project

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Female Arab scientists urge defence of women’s rights

A conference in Kuwait urges support for efforts to improve networking and the protection of women's rights, which are ...

29/04/13

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FAO launches project to boost food security in Egypt

Nutrition education, capacity building and enterprise skills are the focus of a UN project to boost food security in ...

18/07/12

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Egypt activates high speed data link for researchers

High speed Internet has been introduced in Egyptian universities, but many researchers are still unaware of how to best ...

24/05/12

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Biotech incubator launched for Arab researchers

Abu Dhabi University is to host a major biotechnology incubator to take Arab discoveries through to the market.

02/03/12

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Researchers strike gold with nanoparticle virus test

An award-winning, rapid test for hepatitis C that uses gold nanoparticles could be especially useful in the Middle East ...

21/12/11

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Underground oasis may boost Egypt’s development

Scientists may have discovered a way of unlocking Egypt's huge underwater aquifer, but critics question the feasibility of the ...

10/11/11

Nehal Lasheen

Nehal Lasheen

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The deputy editor of the Arabic edition of SciDev.Net for the MENA region. She is the president of the Arab Science Journalists Association.