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 Islamic scientific channel
Hero rats could detect tuberculosis
Scientists have trained African giant pouched rats to help with tuberculosis (TB) detection, significantly increasing TB case findings
Film about Islamic inventions presented on the occasion of the exhibition thousand Inventions in London
Produced by the British film about Islamic inventions And Ozarona look more than stellar as the makers of Western civilization And not as other Asorna in their lectures and writings we Bedouins and barefoot, naked we came out of the desert For destruction and looting Film showed an uproar in Europe It is very necessary that everyone sees and Anscheroh Film in the following link, and 11-minute
How are Muslims contributing to the development of science?
Islam and science are mostly perceived in the west as incompatible. However, the very revelation of the Holy Qur'an sets precedence 14 centuries before modern science through its many miracles that now have been proved scientifically. Also, early Islamic history shows that Muslims like Ibn Sina, Al-Farabi, Omar Khayyam, Averroes, al-Ghazali, and Ibn Khaldum among many others, were pioneers of modern science.
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 Muslim women in science
Female Saudi student invents nanotechnology vest
A Saudi woman obtained a doctorate for using nanotechnology to invent a vest that would provide effective protection for security officers
Sudanese among Women Scientists Honoured with International L'Oreal-UNESCO Fellowships
WOMEN IN SCIENCE
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 Studies and reports
Seven signs of voodoo science
The bibliometrics of the developing world
Sarah Huggett touches upon the difficulty of defining ‘developing countries’ and then discusses their development in bibliometric terms. For example, has research output from developing countries changed in different subject fields in recent years?
Environmental Atlas Explores Vulnerable Arab Region
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Arab States : New strategy for science, technology and innovation
Arab states have approved a strategy to harness science, technology and innovation for development by improving science education, upgrading and reforming universities, building research capacity and encouraging international cooperation
Will Qatar outperform Arab countries in education by 2020?
EGYPT: New science, technology and innovation observatory
Egypt has inaugurated an observatory for monitoring progress in science, technology and innovation, as part of its efforts to promote the development of a knowledge-based economy through higher education and research reform
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 opinion
Speech by Makhtar Diop at the High-level Forum on Higher Education, Science and Technology in Africa
Thrust for ‘Arabic’ science urged
An Iraqi born British physicist, Prof. Jim Al-Khalili, has called for rejuvenation of science advancement in the Arab and Muslim world by building infrastructures and changing attitude that science does not contradict religious beliefs.
A Digital Leap for the Arab World
The science behind the fiber optic cables that form the backbone of today’s high speed internet has its origins in the Middle East
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 Profile
Muhammad Yunus
Noble Prize Winner in economy in 2006 from Bangladesh
Mohamed Abdus Salam
“Nobel Prize winner for physics in 1979 from Pakistan”
Ahmed Zewail
“Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry in 1999 from Egypt”
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 Science and technology education observatory
GLOBAL : New HE collaboration, exchanges for the US and Libya
The number of Libyan-funded graduate students in the United States studying in areas of critical need will be increased along with collaboration between higher education institutions in the two countries.
TUNISIA : Mobility partnership with Europe unveiled
Tunisia and the European Union have formally established a mobility partnership that, among other things, will help facilitate mutual recognition of qualifications, enhance the exchange of higher education information and experience, and foster the flow of researchers and students
GLOBAL: New EU initiative to boost graduate employability
Three North African states and four European and Middle Eastern countries are to benefit from a new three-year European Union-funded Tempus initiative aimed at enhancing the employability of university graduates in the Mediterranean region.
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  Meetings & conferences  

Forests Asia Summit
Date : 5-6 May, 2014
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

4th International Conference on Radiation Sciences and Applications
Date: 7 – 11 October, 2014
Location: Taba, Egypt​
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17th Global Women Leaders Conference
Date: March 8-9, 2014
Location: Dubai, UAE

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  Fellowships, awards and & training opportunities  

KAAD Scholarships in Germany for Developing Countries

Top 5 Netherlands Excellence Scholarships for International Students

Top 10 Short Courses Scholarships for International Students

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  Academic job opportunities in the islamic world  

2013 Graduate Research Assistant Positions at Özyegin University in Turkey
Özyegin University and 5 other leading engineering schools are offering graduate research assistant positions. Applicants will perform cutting-edge research related to solid-state lighting, optical design, and electronics cooling. Researchers applying for the position must have a BSc and MSc degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics or a related field.

Asst. Prof. / Assoc. Prof. in Hematology/Blood Banking
Qatar University
Department of Health Sciences
Doha, Qatar, Qatar

Assoc. Prof. / Prof. in Diagnostics Molecular Biology
Qatar University
Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
Doha, Qatar, Qatar

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