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Memory of Modern Egypt Magazine Celebrates its 5th Anniversary

The Memory of Modern Egypt magazine is currently celebrating its fifth anniversary. Over the course of those five years, the magazine has published twenty editions, each of them covering important aspects of Egyptian history. The magazine has also covered many interesting topics which were co-written by a group of experienced writers and young researchers. The MoME magazine dedicated an entire edition to the October Victory for the fortieth anniversary of the October War (1973). This edition included important photographs, Egyptian newspaper headlines that were published during the war, and maps detailing the operations and stages of the war. The edition also comprised caricatures dating back to the pre-war era and caricatures published during the war itself, October War memorial postage stamps, and a special file containing military data issued by the General Administration of the Armed Forces documenting day by day action.


Forthcoming

Intel BASEF 2015

The BA Planetarium Science Center, in cooperation with Intel Co. and the Ministry of Education, is organizing the Intel Bibliotheca Alexandrina Science and Engineering Fair (Intel BASEF) during 16–18 March 2015. The purpose of the competition is to help students increase their awareness of the importance of scientific research, and to explore their research and innovation skills. The three winning projects will eventually represent Egypt in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) that will be held in the United States during 10–15 May 2015.Participants are required to submit a scientific research project in of the seventeen fields of science that are specified for the competition, in addition to preparing a research paper, a data handbook, a prototype (optional), a display panel, an abstract, and a presentation. Students can participate in Intel BASEF with an individual or team project (maximum 2 students in a group). PSC specialists provide technical support, advice, and share their expertise to help students finalize their projects as per the Intel ISEF standards. As for 2014, the competition was organized in seven governorates, in addition to school competitions targeting students between 14–17 years of age. During the competition, projects are set for final evaluation through two phases, in line with the standards of the international competition organizers; that is to ensure the quality of the winning projects in Intel BASEF finals that will eventually qualify to the international exhibition in the Unites States. Interested students who are between 14–18 years of age can enter the competition by registering at the PSC, no later than 30 January 2015.