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Zeinab Abd El Aziz is about to graduate with a bachelor’s in electronics and communications engineering from AUC; has interned with the Suez Canal Authority, where she learned about navigation systems and wireless devices used in maritime transport; has conducted extensive research as an...
Egypt's first University spinoff, D-Kimia, provides affordable diagnostics for the detection of Hepatitis C, cancer and infectious agents
At AUC’s Libraries, our savvy staff and top-notch resources support learning, research, and teaching at every level. The Main Library is located at AUC New Cairo and houses the Rare Books and Special Collections Library, an archive of historical materials from Egypt and the Middle East. A second library location at AUC Tahrir Square gives you all of the resources of AUC's libraries, without leaving downtown Cairo.
Life in the Unlivable
Utilizing metagenomics, a contemporary approach to instigate biological life, Rania Siam, associate professor of biology, and her team explore microbial life in several brine pools in the Red Sea to identify novel microbes and bacterial communities and their associated genes, as well as map new genes that have diverse biotechnological and pharmaceutical applications.
Investigating biofuels as a sustainable source of green energy in Egypt, five mechanical engineering students earned second place in the Go Green Egypt Expo national competition for conducting the first comprehensive study of biofuels in Egypt. Abdelrahman Othman, Mourad Ghareeb, Mohamed Hussein,...