The Art of Supervision in the Arab and Gulf Region
By Mohamed Boudjelal
The upcoming generation of Arab scientists has to be mentored differently, says Mohamed Boudjelal.
This piece was cross-posted withNature Middle East
The majority of the Arab world gained independence from western colonization during the second half of the 20th century. While Western states were building their research base then, most Arab states were focused on education.
Now, the Arab world is trying to catch up. The two main challenges we face today are improving scientific training, and engaging more women in science.