Pakinam Amer

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Saudi Arabia’s scientific development may be in its infancy, but the oil-rich Kingdom is making strides in terms of research investment and publication — with a clear ambition to one day join those in the highest echelons. In 2012, Saudi Arabia had a weighted fractional count (WFC) of 52.84 in the index, sitting behind Turkey, Iran, Mexico, Chile and South(More)
In a region marred by ongoing conflict, few nations in the Middle East have the financial and political capacity to prioritize expanding the frontiers of science, however, Saudi Arabia is tapping into its large stream of oil revenue to fund a research revival with the aim of becoming a regional science leader. Over the past decade, the Saudi Arabian(More)
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