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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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Iran Sets Up Network of Science Laboratories
2015 will be a ‘Year of Innovation’ for UAE
PROF. ATTA-UR-RAHMAN WINS CHINA’S HIGHEST NATIONAL AWARD: “THE FRIENDSHIP AWARD OF CHINA”
Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman has won the “Friendship Award of China” which is the People's Republic of China's Highest National Award for "foreign experts who have made outstanding contributions to the country's economic and social progress".
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 Muslim women in science
Female education and workforce trends in health-related disciplines in Jordan
A recent report by the World Bank on gender assessment showed that half of Jordan’s educated females were unemployed, despite a growing awareness of the importance of women’s role in science.
AAUW International Fellowships in USA for Women
Top 10 Organisations encouraging African Women to venture into Tech & Innovation
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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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Islam’s contributions to Science
Evaluation of the scientific and philosophical achievements of the Muslims after Islam had made its impact deeply on the Arab Peninsula, show that though Islam has its own weltanschauung based on Tawhid and a well-defined epistemological frame work, yet it does not neglect the beneficial sciences to get incorporated with its civilizational march in the early days of its advancement. Muslims
Private sector innovation to drive GCC projects
Alla Turca commercialization of education amid university boom
Higher education in Turkey has recently been witnessing a boom in the number of private establishments, extending the commercialization of the sector
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 opinion
Why Indonesia lacks entrepreneurs ?
Africa Must Develop Scientific Capabilities to Solve Unemployment, Poverty and Infrastructural Problems
Pan-Arab Space Agency: Pipe Dream or Real Possibility?
The Middle East, especially the Arabian Gulf, is fast becoming a heavyweight in the international space industry. Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and, more recently, Qatar are developing their respective space and satellite-related initiatives at various speeds and to different degrees of investment
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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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 netwatch
3 Islamic states among Top 7 Most Technologically Advanced Countries In Africa
Technology is really advancing at the speed of light with countries in Europe and Asia currently leading the pack. Africa is currently lagging behind and are dependent on already existing technological advancement for survival. Although the reason could be that most of the countries in Africa are ”Developing Countries” , however , there are still some African countries in the fore front of technological advancement including Egypt, Nigeria and Uganda
The World Library of Science
The library –WLoS – ‘contains’ more than 300 articles, 25 eBooks and some 70 videos, as well as a digital platform that “provides a community hub” for learning. It will give students and teachers around the world access to the latest science information and the opportunity to create a “global community for science education”
Klein project
The Klein project aims to present contemporary mathematics for secondary school teachers. Klein Project materials are intended to inform, entertain and feed the enthusiasm of secondary teachers for their subject.
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 Science and technology education observatory
AFRICA : Call for all African universities to tighten security
The Association of African Universities, or AAU, has “strongly urged” higher education institutions across the continent to strengthen security on campuses to ensure the safety of students and staff and the protection of property. The call came in the wake of numerous atrocities committed by religious fundamentalists against educational institutions.
GLOBAL: Rise of the Islamic university
Islamic universities are beginning to spring up in countries around the world with new institutions opening in the US, Italy and in some European countries.
4 Factors for Parents to Weigh About Overseas Arab Universities
Academic options and costs lead some parents to encourage their children to study overseas in another MENA country.
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  Meetings & conferences  

Fifth international conference of Arab union for sustainable Development and environment” Water, Energy, Climate and Food nexus in the Arab countries”
Date: 15-16 March 2015
Location: Cairo, Egypt

The conference "Role of Basic Sciences in Sustainable Development"
Location: Amman , Jordan
Date: 14-16 April 2015

International Conference on the "Agricultural and Environment for Sustainable Development##$$ (ICAESD 2015)
Location: Cairo, Egypt
Date: May, 25-27, 2015

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  Fellowships, awards and & training opportunities  

A Guide to Studying in Germany for Free for Foreign Students

Brookings Institution Echidna Global Scholarship for Developing Countries in USA, 2015

Top 25 UK 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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