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Qatar could play a key role in carbon-related fields: expert

Qatar could play a key role in carbon-related fields: expert

Qatar could be a leader in applying carbon capture and storage technology, the Qatar Carbonates and Carbon Storage Research Centre (QCCSRC) director Professor Martin Blunt has told Gulf Times at Imperial College London.

QU-CPH MSc graduate wins Best Poster Award

QU-CPH MSc graduate wins Best Poster Award

Qatar University College of Pharmacy (QU-CPH) MSc graduate Fatima Khalifa al-Sulaiti has won the Best Poster Award at the 2018 American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Virtual Poster Symposium.

Smaller cities drive China’s new home prices in Nov

Smaller cities drive China’s new home prices in Nov

Growth in China’s new home prices sustained its momentum in November, with increases seen in provincial centres and smaller cities in a sign policymakers may need to step up curbs to rein in speculation in the property market.

Blues beat Kings 4-2 in battle of top teams

Blues beat Kings 4-2 in battle of top teams

The Blues’ extended their winning streak to four games, their point streak to seven games and knocked another of the league’s top teams with a 4-2 win over the Kings at Scottrade Center on Monday night.

Mannai Corp earns QR294mn pre-tax profits in 3rd quarter

Mannai Corp earns QR294mn pre-tax profits in 3rd quarter

Mannai Corporation has earned pre-tax profits of QR294mn in the third quarter of this year, the company said in a release.

Joy mixed with caution in Gaza after unity deal

Joy mixed with caution in Gaza after unity deal

It didn’t take long after the firework smoke cleared in Gaza for some Palestinians to start questioning whether a unity deal between their two most powerful factions would hold. Thousands took to the streets overnight celebrating the pact between Fatah and Hamas sealed in Cairo.

Qatar’s Ngombo has a few regrets but wants no more from Ashgabat

Qatar’s Ngombo has a few regrets but wants no more from Ashgabat

Qatar’s 3x3 Basketball team comes into the Ashgabat 2017 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games ambitious, confident but humble.

New accreditation for QU programmes

New accreditation for QU programmes

Qatar University (QU) yesterday announced the academic accreditation of its colleges of Education (CED), Engineering (CENG), and Health Sciences (CHS), taking the total number of accredited programmes to 37.

Schooling golden, Malaysian teen is fastest man

Schooling golden, Malaysian teen is fastest man

Olympic swimming champion Joseph Schooling grabbed his second gold of the Southeast Asian Games yesterday as hosts Malaysia capped a medal-laden day when teenager Khairul Hafiz was crowned the region’s fastest man.

Trump is sending envoys to Mideast for peace talks

Trump is sending envoys to Mideast for peace talks

Kushner and Powell will also meet leaders of Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE

Lanka to divest hotel firms after port sale

Lanka to divest hotel firms after port sale

Sri Lanka yesterday announced plans to sell off two state-owned luxury hotel companies following its billion-dollar privatisation of a loss-making port.

Gulf Food aims to augment production within 4 month

Gulf Food aims to augment production within 4 month

Entrepreneurs and factory owners in Qatar have stepped up efforts to help the country become self-reliant in terms of dairy and food production.