Sidra Medicine, a member of Qatar Foundation, has developed a simplified and rapid Covid-19 testing method with 98% accuracy.
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q), a Qatar Foundation partner university, has launched its first virtual outreach programme for high school students.
Al Shaqab, a member of the Qatar Foundation, will participate in the 2020 Menton Horse Championship in France on July 4 and 5. The championship is a qualifier for the Arabian Horse World Championship
Qatar residents may soon have a variety of useful new apps and fun games to choose from, thanks to students in grades 7-12 who designed them as part of an online STEM programme
A graduate from Qatar Foundation (QF) partner Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q), has developed a mobile application that helps people - especially low income workers - to communicate with family and friends
QatarDebate Centre, a member of Qatar Foundation (QF), has launched the online edition of its ‘QD Journal’ to promote a culture of debate by raising the quality and range of conversations surrounding contemporary issues, both local and international.
The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) and Qatar Foundation (QF) have announced the completion of the third tournament venue for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
Qatar Foundation (QF) universities alumni Osaama Shehzad and Haroon Yasin both work in the field of education in Pakistan and, over the course of the last year
“Qatar Foundation (QF) has always drawn inspiration from the Qatari community and its ability to adapt, resist and deal with crises, and even turn challenges into opportunities," Khalifa Essa al-Kubaisi ...
Qatar Foundation’s Qatar Genome Programme (QGP) is looking at the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) from a different perspective as to how do genomic variations in hosts affect the way the virus behaves.
While the Covid-19 pandemic has forced drastic changes to the way adults live their lives, it has had an equal impact on children, according to a senior attending physician with Sidra Medicine.
People with dementia and those who care for them are being pushed to the extreme by the Covid-19 pandemic, the CEO of Alzheimer’s Disease International has warned while participating in a global discussion