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Child education demands innovative and stimulating approaches to enhance their understanding of the world around them. In fact, enabling children to explore and interact with the surrounding environment is key to developing their skills and building a strong knowledge base.
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23 Jan, 2024 |
Can museums replace the tourist guide with the guide robot? The answer is revealed by several studies that confirm, day after day, the global trends in favor of robotics. The guide robot can provide correct information and work round-the-clock using “deep learning”, an AI method that teaches computers how to process data in a manner inspired by the human brain. In this context, Dr. Ashraf Ismail Selim conducted a study to develop a vision-based navigation system using deep learning. The study...
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10 Dec, 2023 |
Shrimp is considered one of the most delicious types of seafood, and it is a very popular meal in India, China, and many other countries. It contains various nutrients such as magnesium, iron, zinc, phosphorus, sodium, and potassium.
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20 Nov, 2023 |
Given the spread of diseases and the suffering incurred by patients, researchers strive to provide them with all means of comfort, by carrying out applied studies that may help obtain primary vital signals faster using adhesive sensors on the patient’s body.
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14 Nov, 2023 |
Sultan Qaboos University's (SQU) College of Engineering students – Omar Al-Salmi, Aahid Al-Hadrami and Elyas Al Subhi – finished third in the Fifth Youth Research Forum 2023 held at the Qatar University Centre for Young Scientists. The forum's theme was "Higher Education Institutions and Their Role in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals." They submitted a research paper titled “Innovative Approach for Recovering Waste Heat of Vehicle Exhaust Gases into Power for Cooling ...
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09 Oct, 2023 |
Food security is one of the most important challenges facing mankind, since the global population is growing steadily. According to United Nations data, the world population is expected to jump from 7.7 billion to 8.5 billion by 2030. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates show that world food production must double to meet the needs of the population increase, as it is expected to increase the demand for goat and lamb meat by 16% or an estimated 3 million metric to...
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27 Jul, 2023 |
"We want this university to be outstanding." It has been twenty-three years since his majesty the late Sultan Qaboos bin Said, may Allah have mercy on him, voiced these timeless words during his historic visit to the university on May 2, 2000, which was the real start of the scientific research process at the university after the generous support given by the late Sultan Qaboos bin Said, may Allah have mercy on him, which continued with the same generosity during the reign of his Majes...
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12 Jul, 2023 |
Various aspects of life have been revolutionized by the latest technological developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. Education, economics, health, and security have benefited from this progress. For example, with search engines such as ChatGPT, that are supported by AI technology, teachers and learners can have human-like conversations, receive help in answering various questions, and can also seek assistance in writing emails and scientific articles. Health practitioners may also ...
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04 Jul, 2023 |
Dr. Maymonah Al-Zedjali of the College of Education has conducted a study on achievement goal orientations and learning strategies and their relationship with the academic performance of students enrolled in teacher preparation programs in the Sultanate of Oman. The study aimed to improve teaching and learning through the development of educational programs that suit the orientations of students as well as by addressing several issues in university education.
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19 Jun, 2023 |
The impact factor (IF) is commonly used to evaluate the relative importance and reputation of a refereed scientific journal within its field. For example, the higher the journal IF (JIF), the more prestigious that journal is considered.
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15 Jun, 2023 |
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