SOLE, an abbreviation for Science Operation Leaders in Egypt, is a national competition where students from top universities in Egypt compete to test their knowledge in the field of biotechnology. This year the participating team from Zewail City’s University of Science and Technology secured three prizes within the competition.
A video showing the latest developments in the new campus site of the city.
Following their visit to Zewail City of Science and Technology campus in Zayed, a delegation of the executive committee of Arab ACRAO has elected the city to host the organization’s 37th annual conference in April 2018.
The Board of Directors (BoD) of Zewail City of Science and Technology appointed Prof. Sherif Sedky, Former Provost at the American University in Cairo (AUC), to serve as Zewail City’s new interim Executive President.
A group of 11 undergraduate students and two teaching assistants from the environmental engineering section at Zewail City’s University of Science and Technology managed to secure a study grant provided by DAAD (The German Academic Exchange Service).
Sawiris Foundation for Social Development and Zewail City for Science and Technology are pleased to announce the launch of their new research grant program for researchers in the field of stem cells and regenerative medicine.
A team formed of three Egyptian youth just won the Aramex Challenge, a competition that comes as part of AINAC 2016, a scientific conference gathering Arab science students from across the Arab world where they are challenged to resolve modern day real-life challenges and turn their bright ideas into business...
By joining the Cost Action MITOEAGLE program the CAAD can provide a training and collaborative hub for various COST International Partner Countries.
Within its efforts to give its students access to scientific research from internationally acclaimed institutes, Zewail City of Science and Technology hosted two sessions where speakers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), U.S., shared their experiences and the latest results of their work.
Zewail City welcomed a delegation of 13 youth leaders from various European countries, U.S., and Canada, as part of 2016 Anti-extremism Fellowship Program
Researchers used gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) and HCV's specific genomic signature
El-Badri dedicated the award to the young women and students at Zewail City, saying; “I look forward to seeing them excel and achieve the epitome of their professional careers in science.”
The students’ proposed project called “Montu rover” which is a land rover that scans the whole field autonomously.
The researchers discovered that a specific modification in a protein called histone that wraps the DNA made repair much faster in cancer cells, which resulted in therapy resistance.
Physics major undergraduate students have recorded high scores in the 2015 Physics Graduate Record Examination (GRE) test.