Submissions began on May 7 under three categories.
Chairman of the Metallurgy Research and Development Center Emad Eweis stated Thursday that the establishment had carried out 70 projects worth more than LE86 million.
The school is specialized in the design, production, and maintenance of means of transportation and transportation facilities.
The rise occurred between 2020 and 2021.
The matter was discussed Thursday in a meeting comprising President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and officials.
Cairo University has topped the list of Egyptian universities and research centers in the number of internationally published research, reaching 6,514 studies, according to the President of Cairo University Dr. Mohamed el-Khosht.
The construction works of a court that will house Men's Handball World Championship taking place on January 14-31 are completed by 95 percent.
“Salam City” eastern Port Said is one of four cities that will be constructed on the shores of North Sinai.
According to the law, no one will forcibly be subjected to clinical trials, which are performed on a volunteer basis.
President of the University of Cairo told Egypt Today that the total number of research projects funded jointly by the university and other entities is 38.
Egypt rose three places compared with the previous year, according to the SCImago Journal & Country Rank.
An in-depth look at research and development across various industrial sectors in Egypt.
The Academy of Scientific Research and Technology is the entity in charge of issuing patents in Egypt.
The Cabinet indicated in its mid-year report to the Parliament what has been achieved over the past six months.
Retiring early means more time to focus on one’s health and well-being.
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.
NVIC hosts a book presentation of “Emotional Cities: Debates on Urban Change in Berlin and Cairo” by the German researcher and lecturer Joseph Ben Prestel on May 10.
Nestlé is committed to inspire people to lead healthier lives, Head of Nestlé Abidjan R&D Center, Joelle Oyouomi said.
Studying costs at the city’s university might exceed LE 250,000 per year, businessman Samih Sawiris said.