President Sisi’s support to science and scientists has started six years ago when he adopted a number of initiatives to encourage them, with the state placing the Science Day high on its agenda.
A pattern of turbulent, “boiling” gas is shown covering the sun, which is some 93 million miles from Earth.
The scholarships will start in the fall semester of 2020; around 150 masters/doctoral students will be invited to study at E-JUST in the various fields of engineering and science related areas over 3 years.
Ramadan was head of the National Radiation Observatory Network at the Egyptian Nuclear and Radio-logical Regulatory Authority.
Egypt is at the 95th place in the Global Innovation Index.
Some people are often caught talking to themselves about matters related to their personal lives, their work or future projects.
A NASA explorer is believed to have reached the solar system's outermost region early Tuesday morning.
Emerging economies showed some of the largest increases in research output in 2018, according to estimates from the publishing-services company Clarivate Analytics.
The 13th edition of Sheikh Zayed Book Awards announced on Dec.6 the list of nominees competing under the Young Authors category.
The well miraculously gave out water when Ibrahim’s son, Ismail, was thirsty and crying in the desert with his mother, Hajar.
Dr. Adel Mahmoud’s decision to specialize in medicine is believed to have been influenced by a sorrowful boyhood experience.
Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum launches "The World with a Spherical Vision" exhibition organized by the French National Library, starting from March 23 - June 2.
Stephen Hawking, British scientist who became cultural icon, dies at 76
After photographer Monni Must's 28-year-old daughter Miya committed suicide, the grieving mother adopted Miya's spunky black Labrador, Billy Bean.
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The eighth edition of the World Science Forum comes for the first time to the Arab World, held in Jordan, with soprano Zeina Barhoum singing in the opening ceremony.
The government shakes up the nation’s electricity market, offering facilities encouraging private investors to tap into the sector through renewable energy.
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina has been chosen to be part of the Goethe Institute’s Science Film Festival.
Scientists in the United States and Europe have for the first time detected gravitational waves, the ripples in space and time predicted by Albert Einstein.