Moroccan scientist, Professor Rachid Yazami’s passion for science started as a child, in his native Fez, with a fascination for geology.
The Middle East and North Africa’s contribution to global science and engineering publications was only about two percent in 2013 according to a Harvard funded study.
What can the vibrations of the earth's crust teach us about the environment?
We should be "challenging the notion that riches, and those who possess them, are inherently good”.
In this week's episode of Futuris, Euronews finds out how supercomputers are supporting researchers looking for coronavirus treatments.
One of the greatest ICMP's achievements was identifying nearly 7,000 of more than 8,000 Bosniak Muslim men and boys who perished in 10 days of slaughter around Srebrenica.
A professor of infectious diseases has cast doubts over a claim that COVID-19 was present in wastewater in 2019 in a number of countries before the initial outbreak began in Wuhan.
Scientists calculate there could be three dozen intelligent civilisations in our galaxy capable of communicating with us.
Dexamethasone will be used in the UK after a successful trial showed it reduced deaths in a third of COVID-19 patients on ventilators.
The new icons of the COVID-19 era are not singers, actors or athletes, but medical experts.
What if your seat on the subway could fight off coronavirus? A French company has designed a new type of ‘decontaminating’ fabric, which is already equipping local metro trains.
The team of scientists also looked at how moving to follow the sun could help solar panels to produce more energy.
Several top scientific advisers to the UK government are warning the planned easing of restrictions in England from Monday risks a further spike in coronavirus infections.
Medical detection dogs already have a successful history catching the presence of malaria and certain types of cancers in humans.
An ultra-rare, navy coloured bee has been spotted in Florida with some unusual facial features.
Robotics developed in North Carolina have been designed to run like cheetahs, but what will they be used for?
The Independent SAGE group says the UK government should be doing more to suppress COVID-19 rather than simply managing its spread.
UK researchers have identified almost 200 recurrent genetic mutations to the novel coronavirus. These changes are not necessarily something to worry about – and studying them closely could help scientists find the drugs and vaccines needed to stop the pandemic.
As the world scrambles to find a COVID-19 vaccine, this is a rare bit of good news.
Unprecedented coral bleaching in Australia has scientists searching for ways to shade the ocean from the sun’s harmful rays.
Science is just beginning to discover the essential role of viruses for biodiversity, the evolution of species - starting with our own- and even on climate regulation.
New tools could enable people and health authorities to track the virus using bluetooth proximity data from their smartphones.
The medical world is slowly getting to grips with the novel coronavirus, but is learning new, seemingly contradictory things about it all the time. How do experts deal with chasing the true face of the disease?
The head of the European Research Council has resigned saying he has "lost faith in the system" at the height of the coronavirus crisis.
The French medicine body has warned against using anti-malaria drugs to treat coronavirus, warning of possible fatalities.
In a task force briefing, the White House offered the first look at the statistical models being used to anticipate how the virus could spread across the U.S.