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November 12, 2017
by Shams
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“The Making of a King”

A real confusing situation: King Salman recently visited Moscow which marks signs of political maturity for the Kingdom while Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s announcement of resignation from Riyadh and seemingly ‘house arrest’ in Saudi Arabia is hundred-eighty degrees turn: … Continue reading

November 2, 2014
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Newly Discovered Juvenile Whale Shark Aggregation in Red Sea

Researchers Get Rare Glimpse into the Lives of Ocean’s Gentle Giants Whale sharks (Rhincodon typus)—which grow more than 30 feet long—are the largest fish in the world’s ocean, but little is known about their movements on a daily basis or … Continue reading

July 26, 2013
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Corals cozy up with bacterial buddies

New study shows healthy Red Sea corals carry bacterial communities within Corals may let certain bacteria get under its skin, according to a new study by researchers at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and King Abdullah University of Science and … Continue reading

July 10, 2013
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Further destabilisation in the Middle East possible according to new report

The crisis in Egypt is already having a negative effect on the Syrian civil war and contributing to further destabilisation of the wider Middle East according to a major new report.  Professor Gareth Stansfield from the University of Exeter’s Strategy … Continue reading

July 3, 2013
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Researchers shed light on MERS Coronavirus transmission

Epidemiology and gene sequencing technologies have been used by researchers in the UK, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the US and Canada to show that the novel Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus can spread between people in healthcare settings. … Continue reading

June 24, 2013
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Roman Seawater Concrete Holds the Secret to Cutting Carbon Emissions

Berkeley Lab scientists and their colleagues have discovered the properties that made ancient Roman concrete sustainable and durable The chemical secrets of a concrete Roman breakwater that has spent the last 2,000 years submerged in the Mediterranean Sea have been … Continue reading