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AEE Tunisia Chapter organizes info session on CEM

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) Tunisia Chapter organized on Sunday in Tunis an info session on the Certified Energy Manager (CEM). The event gathered eminent experts in the energy fields, academics and students who came to enrich a fruitful debate on the importance of Certified Energy Manager in their ...

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Chinese acupuncture cures patients in rural Tunisia

Fatima Kehila, a retired Tunisian teacher who used to suffer from leg arthritis for years, felt very lucky that she has been cured after receiving free acupuncture treatment from a Chinese medical team. Living in Sidi Thabet, a rural town in the northern suburbs of Tunisian capital Tunis, Kehila received ...

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International Festival of Science, Engineering and Technology in Monastir

Thousands of youth from 22 countriesrt  take part in the International Festival of Science, Engineering and Technology hosted by Monastir on March 17-21, at the initiative of the Tunisian Association for the Future of Science and Technology, TAP reports. The festival was kicked off on Saturday evening by Monastir Governor ...

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Partnerships key to promoting economic empowerment for rural women in the MENA region

The economic empowerment of rural women in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region was the topic of a side-event organized by the governments of Italy and Tunisia, in cooperation with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), UN Women and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The event ...

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International Women’s Day, a time to reflect on gender rights in the Arab world

From Tunisia to Saudi Arabia, times are changing in the Arab world and women are gaining more and more rights. International Women’s Day, celebrated March 8, serves as an opportunity to hail advances in women’s rights and voice support for women around the world. This year, the observance drew attention ...

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Three Arab women scientists to be honoured in the UNESCO-L’Oréal awards in Paris

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the L’Oréal Foundation have announced on Friday that they are preparing to honour several international female scientists in their 2018 For Women In Science and International Rising Talents awards programs. Fifteen female scientists, including three from Jordan, UAE and Tunisia, ...

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Ecological and cultural event “Blue Season” to be held in Tunisia from June 15 to September 30, 2018

The ecological and cultural event “Blue Season” will be organised along the Tunisian coast from June 15 to September 30, 2018, TAP reports Among the activities organised as part of this event an underwater museum, a festival of photos and underwater paintings in addition to a musical show hosted by ...

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TAYP “Retreat” in New York urging Tunisian Diaspora to help Tunisian economy

Mohamed Malouche, chairman of the Tunisian American Young Professionals (TAYP) Boad of Directors said that next April 28 -29 will be marked by the organisation of “Retreat” in New York targeting the Tunisian diaspora in the United States and providing means to be mobilised to help the Tunisian economy. Malouche ...

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Tunisian University: Elections of scientific councils, UGET wins 59.7% of seats

Secretary-General of the General Students’ Union of Tunisia (UGET) Omar Kefi told akherkhabaronline on Friday, that the student organisation won 331 seats out of 556 in the elections of the scientific councils i.e. 59.7% of the seats. He added that the results revealed the victory of the General Students’ Union ...

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Tunisian Maher Damak, MIT PhD student awarded in USA

A tech using electrical fields to recapture water vapour that normally escapes from cooling towers attached to big power plants was invented by “Infinite Cooling” a startup co-founded by Maher Damak, a 28-year-old Tunisian, PhD Student in Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in Boston, USA. Water ...

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