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Egypt - Politics
6/25/2022 5:21:32 PM
Egyptian space scientist and former-presidential scientific adviser Essam Heggy said on Twitter that he “values all the participants and organisers of the national dialogue in Egypt and wishes them luck,” but stated that he does not participate in any political movement because he serves the nation through science and education.

Books - Reviews
6/7/2022 7:43:36 PM
Egypt's highest state awards in art, literature, and social sciences for 2022 were announced on 7 June, with writer Ibrahim Abdel-Meguied, director Dawood Abdel-Sayed, and late Iraq thinker Qais Azzawi winning the top honour, the Nile Award.

World - International
6/2/2022 3:31:39 PM
After the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, in 2018, psychology professor Paul Boxer and his colleagues reviewed research to see what could be learned from what they refer to as the "science of violence prevention."

Arts & Culture - Film
5/19/2022 5:12:29 PM
The Oscars are getting back to normal, eligibility-wise. After two years of pandemic-related adjustments, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Wednesday that Oscar hopefuls will once again have to launch their films in movie theaters.

Egypt - Society
5/14/2022 7:51:45 PM
The British University in Egypt under the auspices of the Chair of the Board of Trustees Mrs. Farida Khamis, Vice-Chancellor and President Prof Mohamed Loutfi, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President for Research and Enterprise Prof Yehia Bahei-El-Din and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Prof Shadia Fahim welcomed on campus H. E. Ambassador Seán O’Regan, Irish Ambassador to Egypt to take part in the Faculty’ Research Centre for Irish Studies’ international symposium on Global Irish Studies.

World - International
4/23/2022 7:39:36 PM
Twitter says it will no longer allow advertisers on its site who deny the scientific consensus on climate change, echoing a policy already in place at Google.

Opinion - Opinion
4/6/2022 1:06:00 PM
There needs to be a greater emphasis on science and collaboration between science and industry to meet the challenges of climate change.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Limelight
4/5/2022 10:20:25 PM

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
3/18/2022 2:32:00 PM
Minouche Shafik, director of the London School of Economics and Political Science, tells Al-Ahram Weekly how the coronavirus pandemic has turned people’s anger into fear, and how communities can better support their members to build a new social contract.

World - International
2/28/2022 2:52:41 PM
Deadly with extreme weather now, climate change is about to get so much worse. It is likely going to make the world sicker, hungrier, poorer, gloomier and way more dangerous in the next 18 years with an ``unavoidable'' increase in risks, a new United Nations science report says. And after that watch out.

World - International
2/14/2022 9:37:50 AM
Scientists and governments will meet Monday to finish a major United Nations report on how global warming disrupts people's lives, their natural environment and the Earth itself. Don't expect a flowery valentine to the planet: instead an activist group predicted 'a nightmare painted in the dry language of science'.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
1/18/2022 9:53:03 PM
Abdel-Moneim Said discusses Egypt’s age-old connection with Saudi Arabia

Life & Style - Health
1/7/2022 10:54:31 PM
I remember a decade ago sitting in front of my 9-month-old daughter, who was in her high chair, and trying to spoon-feed her a pureed green vegetable. It didn't matter if it was peas, green beans or something else, because the outcome was the same: I spooned it into her mouth, and it came right back out.

Egypt - Health
12/28/2021 9:51:34 PM
Egypt's acting Health Minister and Higher Education Minister Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar discussed on Tuesday in Cairo with the General Manager of Sinovac Life Sciences Co. Gao Qiang cooperation to expand in producing vaccines including Covid-19 vaccine, polio vaccine and influenza vaccine in Egypt.

World - Africa
12/6/2021 8:17:58 PM
Travel restrictions imposed on South Africa and other African nations for telling the world about the omicron variant are hypocritical, harsh and not supported by science, South Africa's president said Monday, recalling the phrase used by the U.N. chief, who called such measures ``travel apartheid.''

Egypt - Society
11/30/2021 11:03:55 PM
US Amideast’s office in Cairo and American leading aerospace company Boeing inaugurated on Tuesday a state-of-the-art science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) centre in Egypt.

Life & Style - Health
11/26/2021 7:16:03 PM
Science mourns the death of Egyptian-American Doctor Sherif Zaki - the founder and chief of the Infectious Disease Pathology Branch in the Coordinating Centre for Infectious Diseases in Atlanta, Georgia.

World - Region
11/13/2021 11:31:53 PM
UN chief Antonio Guterres said the world was still on the precipice of "catastrophe" after nations reached a global climate deal Saturday that fell short of what science says is needed to contain dangerous warming.

Life & Style - Health
10/14/2021 6:31:15 PM
The chief of the World Health Organization honored the late Henrietta Lacks, an American woman whose cancer cells were taken without her knowledge during the 1950s and ended up providing the foundation for vast scientific breakthroughs, including research about the coronavirus.

World - International
10/12/2021 12:22:46 PM
No fewer than eight of this year's 13 Nobel winners were American citizens, extending a historic trend tied to the strength of US academia and its ability to attract top world talent.

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