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WCM-Q scientists produce WHO report on eliminating hepatitis C in Eastern Mediterranean region

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Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q), in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), have produced a comprehensive report on the hepatitis C virus epidemic in the Eastern Mediterranean region, offering guidance on eliminating the disease by the WHO’s 2030 target date.

Robotics team mentored by Texas A&M at Qatar finishes 19th at FIRST Global Challenge

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Team Qatar, the STEM-vengers, have finished in 19th place among 175 teams worldwide in the FIRST Global Challenge.

The team is part of Texas A&M University at Qatar’s STEM Hub Robotics Club (SHRC), a joint initiative between the QF partner university and the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF).

QU-GPC and ConocoPhillips complete Stage II wastewater reduction project

The project named ‘Osmotic concentration for reducing injected wastewater volumes in Qatar’ was launched in 2018 and was funded by the Qatar National Research Fund

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Wastewater management remains a global challenge to the oil and gas (O&G) industry. In Qatar, the regulations imposed by Qatar Petroleum require a 50% reduction in liquid discharge from all oil and gas processing facilities.

QF members help to advance personalised healthcare in Qatar

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Five research projects aiming to support and advance Qatar’s precision medicine and genomic research infrastructure have been awarded grants by Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) and Qatar Genome Programme – both members of Qatar Foundation (QF) – under the Path towards Precision Medicine (PPM) research programme.

Precision medicine for breast cancer demands a multidisciplinary approach, says QF expert

Scientists explore patient and tumor metabolomics to advance precision oncology

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A rapidly growing field in cancer care is precision oncology – that is tailored treatment for patients based on their tumor’s genetic signatures. However, treatment based solely on genetics appear to be unsuccessful for many, indicating that there are other factors involved. The question is: How do we make precision medicine more precise?

QNRF’s Research Project Explores Energy Generation from Industrial Wastewater

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In an innovative project funded by Qatar Foundation’s (QF’s) Qatar National Research Fund, scientists from Global Water Sustainability Center (GWSC), Texas A&M University at Qatar (TAMUQ) – a QF partner university – and University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have been working together to use PW to generate what is called ‘blue energy’, sometimes also called osmotic power or salinity gradient power.

Record number of 17 HBKU-CSE students win QNRF’s prestigious GSRA scholarships

Record number of 17 HBKU-CSE students win QNRF’s prestigious GSRA scholarships

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The College of Science and Engineering (CSE), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), is celebrating its most successful cycle of the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) Graduate Student Research Award (GSRA) programme yet, with 17 students receiving a scholarship.
The programme, now in its seventh cycle, was launched to promote the most deserving students QNRF believe will go on to promote a world-class research culture in Qatar, and who will contribute to the nation’s research and development mission.

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QNRF, TAMUQ join hands to create innovation lab

Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF), and Texas A&M University at Qatar (TAMUQ) have signed an agreement to create an innovation laboratory

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NPRP receives 376 research proposals

The National Priorities Research Program (NPRP), the flagship funding programme of Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF), has attracted 376 proposals for its current cycle.

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Youmna Hussein Mousa to represent Qatar at FameLab final on Thursday

Youmna Hussein Mousa won the first place in the adult's category of the FameLab, one of the biggest science communication competitions in the world.
Mousa will represent Qatar at the International Finals to be held as part of the Cheltenham Science Festival in the United Kingdom.

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