The study indicated that this global crisis contributed to accelerating the pace of the countries of the Arab world seeking to achieve industrial integration among their countries.
A recent study issued by the Egyptian Center for Thought and Strategic Studies confirmed that, in recent years, Egypt has been able to achieve a remarkable transformation in the energy sector.
The construction of the Great Pyramids of Giza remained a mystery for thousands of years.
The study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is based on previous archaeological and historical discoveries.
The minister also decided that the new academic year for international schools will start on September 18.
The genetic study was based on the teeth found inside a cave called Hagios Charalambos on the island of Crete.
A recent study conducted by Polish scientists on the ancient Egyptian mummy displayed in the Warsaw Museum, and known as the "Pregnant Mummy", revealed astonishing information.
Archaeologists and hospital staff in England work together as they perform CT scans on the head of an ancient Egyptian mummy.
A new study has found that ancient hominid fossils in southern Africa may be more than a million years older than previously thought.
A new study revealed that some of the first humans in Britain lived in Kent 620,000 years ago.
The research team had planned to focus on a much older time period, but they found what they believe are the remains of early Muslims in the Syrian countryside.
A recent British study confirmed that the oldest animation in the world did not appear in the late 19th century as widely known, but rather thousands of years before that.
The Egyptian Center for Thought and Strategic Studies issued a study recently to support the culture of volunteering in the Egyptian society.
As the new academic year kicks off in the coming days, universities across Egypt heighten their anti-COVID instructions, atop of which a warning that no students will be allowed entry without vaccination proof.
A recent study issued by the Egyptian Center for Thought and Strategic Studies shed the light on the phenomenon of debtors in Egypt, who end up in prison.
Minister of Higher Education Khaled Abdel Ghaffar discussed Monday with Iraqi Ambassador in Cairo Nayef el-Dulaimi ways of cooperation in the fields of higher education and scientific research between both countries.
The study, which was published on the center's website, confirmed that the potential global food crisis will have dangerous effects on the countries of the African continent.
The ministry also recommended keeping the ban on weddings and funerals and suspending universities, schools, kindergartens, and nurseries.
The decision has been taken after the government suspended the study at the schools and universities for more two weeks to be resumed mid-April.
"The flights are scheduled to operate from Sunday, March 15, 2020, to Tuesday, March 17," said the Saudi cultural attaché in Cairo in a statement.