02/07/2017

Press Coverage

 

The deferred promise of Islamic-world science
(The Guardian)

Young Scientists Leadership Workshop in conjunction with the WSF 2017
(The InterAcademy Partnership, IAP)

Donald Trump mögül még hiányzik egy jó tudós
(Magyar Nemzet)

Concrete shortage means new approach to rebuilding war-torn Arab countries is needed
(The National)

The Dead Sea is dying: Thousands of sinkholes shrinking water level at rate of 1.4 metres a year
(The National)

Young Arab scientists find few role models to look up to

(The National)

World Science Forum 2017, Jordan - Science for Peace
(The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organisation, CTBTO)

Largest Ever Science Gathering in the Middle East for World Science Forum 2017
(International Council for Science)

Scientists search for answers to growing global food security concern
(The National)

Arab world's water scarcity alarms experts as region's population soars
(The National)

Science key to solving regional and global threats, forum hears
(The National)

Link science to more fun subjects to shake off 'boring' image, teachers urged
(The National)

The journey of refugee scientists
(The World Academy of Sciences, TWAS)

'Davos of Science' comes to Middle East for the first time
(The National)

"Science for Peace" in Jordan
(The World Academy of Sciences, TWAS)

"Global solidarity" for strong science
(The World Academy of Sciences, TWAS)

Princess Sumaya says hosting World Science Forum confirms Jordan’s position as place for dialogue
(The Jordan Times)

Princess Sumaya chairs WSF prep meeting in Brussels - Jordan to host ‘Davos of global science’ next year
( The Jordan Times)

Jordan Science Year’ in 2017 to highlight Arab, Muslim contributions to science, innovation 
(The Jordan Times)


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