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  • La Convivencia: The Spirit of Co-existence in Islam 

    Chak, Farhan Mujahid ( Islamic Research Institute, International Islamic University, Islamabad , 2009 , Article)
    The tremendous inter-dependence of our era underlines the importance of successfully removing racial, cultural and religious barriers in a manner that nurtures understanding, togetherness, and acceptance. To do so, would ...
  • CHAPTER 4: Graphitic Carbon Nitride Nanostructures as Potent Catalysts for Water Splitting: Theoretical Insights 

    Mohamed, Ahmed S.; Abdulla, Ali; Ibrahim, Yassmin; Eid, Kamel; Abdullah, Aboubakr M.; ... more authors ( Royal Society of Chemistry , 2021 , Book chapter)
    The water-splitting reaction is a highly promising green and sustainable energy source. However, finding effective catalysts for both water reduction and oxidation is an unnerving challenge. Graphitic carbon nitride (gCN) ...
  • 3-additive linear multi-step methods for diffusion-reaction-advection models 

    Raed Ali, Mara'Beh; Spiteri, Raymond J.; González, P.; Mantas, José M. ( Elsevier , 2023 , Article)
    Some systems of differential equations that model problems in science and engineering have natural splittings of the right-hand side into the sum of three parts, in particular, diffusion, reaction, and advection. ...
  • The Way We See It: Poetic-Visual Reciprocity in Egyptian Street Art Since 2011 

    Mohamed, Eid; Mohamed, Talaat Farouq ( Brill , 2022 , Article)
    This article traces the manifestations of the newly adapted artistic form of “calligraffiti,” or the synthetic braiding of poetry and graffiti on what became known as the “walls of protest” in post-2011 Egypt. This new ...
  • The global burden of cancer attributable to risk factors, 2010–19: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019 

    Khanh Bao, Tran; Lang, Justin J; Compton, Kelly; Xu, Rixing; Acheson, Alistair R; ... more authors ( Elsevier , 2022 , Article)
    BackgroundUnderstanding the magnitude of cancer burden attributable to potentially modifiable risk factors is crucial for development of effective prevention and mitigation strategies. We analysed results from the Global ...
  • Efficacy of lycopene for management of oral potentially malignant disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis 

    Sadeq A., Al-Maweri; Halboub, Esam; Al-Qadhi, Gamilah; Al-Wesabi, Mohammed; Al-Sharani, Hesham Mohammed; ... more authors ( Elsevier , 2022 , Article)
    ObjectiveThe aim of this study was to investigate the available evidence on the efficacy of lycopene in the management of oral potentially malignant disorders (OPMDs). Study DesignPubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, Google ...
  • Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory efficacy of N-acetyl cysteine in endodontic treatment: a scoping review 

    Abdulrab, Saleem; Mostafa, Nawras; Al-Maweri, Sadeq Ali; Abada, Hisham; Halboub, Esam; ... more authors ( BMC , 2022 , Article)
    BACKGROUND: This scoping review systematically summarized the available evidence about the efficacy of N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) as an intracanal antibacterial and/or anti-inflammatory. METHODS: PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, ...
  • Psychotic-like experiences among university female students in Qatar: A qualitative-phenomenological study 

    Yehya, Arij; Khaled, Salma M.; Sommer, Iris E. C.; Woodruff, Peter; Daher-Nashif, Suhad ( Frontiers Media , 2022 , Article)
    Background and aims: Psychotic-like experiences (PLEs) are hallucinatory or delusional experiences that fall below the threshold of a diagnosable psychotic disorder. Although PLEs are common across the spectrum of psychiatric ...
  • Causes of workplace violence against medical staff as perceived by physicians and nurses in Jordanian public hospitals 

    Shiyab, Ahmad; Ababneh, Raed Ismail; Shyyab, Yaser ( Emerald , 2022 , Article)
    Purpose: Workplace violence against medical staff has become an endemic problem in the healthcare sector in Jordan. This study investigates the perceived main causes of workplace violence (medical staff, administrative, ...
  • Tea Consumption Is Associated with Reduced Cognitive Decline and Interacts with Iron Intake: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study on 4,820 Old Adults. 

    Sukik, Layan; Liu, Jianghong; Shi, Zumin ( IOS Press , 2022 , Article)
    Previous studies suggest a positive effect of tea intake on cognition. Additional micronutrients that may moderate this association was not previously examined. To examine the association between tea consumption and cognition ...
  • A planning method for transit villages in Qatar: Souq Waqif historical district in Doha 

    Furlan, Raffaello; AL-Mohannadi, Asmaa; Major, Mark David; Paquet, Tarryn N.K. ( Emerald , 2022 , Article)
    Purpose Therefore, this research study aims at revealing a planning method for the development of the Souq Waqif-Transit village. Design/methodology/approach Over the past decade, transit-oriented developments (TODs) ...
  • A Social-Ecological Perspective for Emerging Cities: The Case of the Corniche Promenade, ‘Urban Majlis’ of Doha 

    Furlan, Raffaello; Grosvald, Michael (2022 , Article)
    In the past decade the capital city of Doha of the State of Qatar has experienced rapid urban expansion and other changes due to globalization, which has caused (i) the loss of a compact urban pattern, (ii) landscape ...
  • Women's spaces in the vernacular Qatari courtyard house: how privacy and gendered spatial segregation shape architectural identity 

    AL-Mohannadi, Asmaa; Furlan, Raffaello; Grosvald, Michael ( Emerald , 2022 , Article)
    Purpose: This research study aims to explore sociocultural factors such as privacy and gender segregation as they relate to the spatial perception of women's spaces within the vernacular Qatari household, and the activities, ...
  • The syntax of the Qatari traditional house: privacy, gender segregation and hospitality constructing Qatar architectural identity 

    Al-Mohannadi, Asmaa Saleh; Furlan, Raffaello ( Taylor and Francis Group , 2022 , Article)
    Socio-cultural factors are amongst the most prominent forces that reshape the development of housing in Qatar when considering its vernacular architectural history. The research study uses space syntax analysis supported ...
  • Place-making of transit towns in Qatar: The case of qatar national museum-souq waqif corridor 

    Marthya, Khalida; Furlan, Raffaello; Ellath, Labeeb; Esmat, Maha; Al-Matwi, Rashid ( MDPI , 2021 , Article)
    Over the last two decades, Doha, the capital city of Qatar, has undergone rapid urbaniza-tion. The city has capitalized large-scale urban and infrastructural projects resulting in a loss of his-torical areas of heritage ...
  • Planning for a neighborhood and city-scale green network system in Qatar: the case of MIA Park 

    Furlan, Raffaello; Sinclair, Brian R. ( Springer , 2021 , Article)
    In the past decade, Doha has witnessed fast-urban growth, an increased population rate, and an over-reliance on the automobile as the main mode of urban transportation. These factors caused social and environmental problems ...
  • Accessibility of green spaces in a metropolitan network using space syntax to objectively evaluate the spatial locations of parks and promenades in Doha, State of Qatar 

    Heba O., Tannous; Major, Mark David; Furlan, Raffaello ( Elsevier , 2021 , Article)
    Accessibility indicates the ease of reaching many destinations from many origins in the urban network at various scales of space. It plays an important role in determining the location of public facilities to maximize ...
  • An integrated design strategy for the urban regeneration of west bay, business district of Doha (State of Qatar) 

    Al-Thani, Sarah M.; Furlan, Raffaello ( MDPI , 2020 , Article)
    Emergent communities have integrated land use and transportation plan based on transit-oriented developments (TODs) and light rail transit with the sole purpose to enliven and redevelop the constructed environment. Doha ...
  • A cultural heritage framework for preserving Qatari vernacular domestic architecture 

    AL-Mohannadi, Asmaa; Furlan, Raffaello; Major, Mark David ( MDPI , 2020 , Article)
    Architecture and urbanism in the Arabian Gulf region, and specifically in the State of Qatar, offer many scenes to observe the loss of urban identity and cultural heritage in the various components of the built environment, ...
  • The urban regeneration’s framework for transit villages in Qatar: the case of Al Sadd in Doha 

    Furlan, Raffaello; Zaina, Sara; Patel, Shikha ( Springer , 2021 , Article)
    In the past two decades, Doha, the capital city of the State of Qatar, has undergone a rapid urban transformation. In 2013 and 2014, the State of Qatar, respectively, initiated the construction of Doha Metro and launched ...

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