Expanding on vocabulary is essential to English language learners looking to improve their communication skills. A UREP-funded research team, representing students and faculty from Weill Cornell Medical College-Qatar (WCMC-Q), along with faculty from Qatar University, and the College of the North Atlantic Qatar, searched for ways to take advantage of online learning and incorporate it into the vocabulary-learning process.
In our everyday life, we experience a number of natural changes around us. Such changes are governed by certain principles of nature and if these principles can be written in the form of mathematical equations, many natural phenomena can be explained or predicted in advance.
Asma al-Thani and her colleagues at Qatar University and Hamad Medical Corporation have recently published the conclusions of their UREP-funded research into the prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV) infection in women attending a gynecology/oncology clinic in Qatar.
Work on the QNRF-funded project to develop a bibliographic database on Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics (IMSE) and to establish an International Islamic Bioethics Information Resource (IIBIR) is well underway. The project is a collaboration between two of Georgetown University's research libraries: the Bioethics Research Library of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and the library of the School of Foreign Service in Qatar.
The National Priorities Research Program (NPRP) is the flagship program of QNRF and intended as the primary channel to address key national, regional and global research needs. It provides opportunities for researchers at all levels, in the private, public and academic sectors. Funding is awarded on a competitive basis irrespective of discipline.