Qatar National Research Fund has announced the results of the fourth cycle of its Junior Scientists Research Experience Program, which aims to boost Qatar’s research capacity through funding ‘junior’ scientists aged 40 or under.
A mobile learning application being developed by Qatar University is set to change the face of corporate technical training in Qatar’s oil and gas sector. The ‘m-learning’ project was awarded a three-year grant under Qatar National Research Fund’s flagship National Priorities Research Program.
Their project, ‘Typology and Credibility of Gulf Cooperation Council Internet Health Websites’, examined ways for improving consumer e-health websites in Qatar. Another project from Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar also made it to the finals.