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Texas A&M Univ. at Qatar Receives USD 9.16 Mn

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Two proposals from Texas A&M University at Qatar have been awarded a total of $9.16 million funding from the sixth batch of National Priorities Research Program – Exceptional Proposals (NPRP–EP). The NPRP-EP program is an extension of Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF), a center of Qatar Foundation Research & Development. The National Priorities Research Program (NPRP) offers a maximum budget of $5 million for a period of up to five years to proposals of exceptional scientific merit requiring resources in excess of the normal level of funding available under the NPRP. The NPRP-EP was created to enable scientists with exceptional ideas, approaches, procedures and models to undertake grand projects aimed at solving key issues for Qatar and the world.

QNRF hosts 3rd International School on Research Impact Assessment (ISRIA)

Measuring the impact of research

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The third International School on Research Impact Assessment (ISRIA) hosted by QNRF, took place in Doha, from November 8th to 12th and brought together more than 80 delegates from 10 counties, to shape the understanding, planning, valorization and dissemination of research outcomes and the impact they have on a local and global scale.

The International School on Research Impact Assessment (ISRIA)

Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) from the 8th to the 12th of November, 2015.

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Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) will be hosting the Third Edition of the International School on Research Impact Assessment at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) from the 8th to the 12th of November, 2015.

Women In Science (WIS)

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The Women In Science (WIS) workshop will be held on October 28th and 29th,  2015 at the Student Center of Hamad bin Khalifa University (HBKU), Education City.

Research Outcome Seminar (ROS) 'For A Smokefree Qatar'

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Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) will be hosting a Research Outome Seminar regarding raising awareness on the impact of smoking on public health; five scientists will present their recent studies about smoking in Qatar, followed by a 40 minutes panel discussion

GU-Q set to lead research project on global trade

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Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) will lead a large collaborative research project funded by the National Priorities Research Programme of the Qatar National Research Fund.  The project is scheduled to begin in the Fall of 2015 and will run for three years. Known as TradeLab, short for “Legal Innovation To Empower Development:  Designing and Building an On-Line TradeLab in Qatar,” the project will assemble a global network of experts on international trade and trade law to empower smaller stakeholders, such as Qatar, to reap the full development benefits of global trade and investment rules. 

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Breakthrough in use of recycled, local materials in construction

A research project has identified the main solid waste streams in Qatar for potential use in construction and investigated advanced technologies for recycling that could be effectively applied in the country. In a statement, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) said it was awarded the project by the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) regarding the implementation of recycled materials in construction.

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Executive Director’s Message

Welcome to the sixth edition of QNRF’s newsletter, ‘Research Matters’. For over the past three months, we have been working from home as per the instructions of the Government of Qatar to control the spread of COVID-19. However, it is still business as usual at QNRF, and though separated by distance, our staff has been working together diligently under our guiding mission of enabling research excellence in Qatar and improving the standard of life, education, and health for its citizens and residents.

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