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The latest from Inspire Magazine

Inspire Magazine covers topics in academic, scientific and professional knowledge and aims to promote and inspire the work of Algerian scientists, researchers and practitioners across the globe with a particular emphasis on building bridges between peers inside and outside of Algeria.

ByOussama Metatla Jan 20, 2017

آراء | عن إفشاء الثقافة العلمية في المجتمع الجزائري

تعتبر القدرة على إيصال المعلومة التقنية لغير ذوي الإختصاص من المهارات المهمة ا

ByOussama Metatla Dec 2, 2016

Interview | Winners of the 2016 Algerian Paper of the Year Awards in Computer Science & Engineering

Inspire Magazine speaks with Dr Omar Rafik Merad Boudia, Assistant Professor at the University of Oran 1 Ahmed Ben Bella, and Affiliated Researc

ByFares Djafri Oct 10, 2016

Feature | Issues and Challenges in Introducing Islamic Insurance (Takaful) Into the Algerian Financial Market: Lessons from Malaysia

The Islamic insurance sector or Takaful has seen remarkable global growth in many major markets, especially in Muslim dominated countries. Howeve

ByAbderahmen Zoghbi Jun 3, 2016

Event Report | The 2016 Algerian Paper of the Year Awards

The winners of the 2016 Algerian Paper of the Year Award were announced by the Algerian Network for Academics, Scientists and Researchers on May

ByRiyadh Baghdadi Dec 30, 2015

Interview | (Video) Prof Kamal Youcef-Toumi

Prof Kamel Youcef-Toumi is a professor of mechanical engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology leading research in automation and robo

ByRiyadh Baghdadi Nov 10, 2015

Interview | (Video) Prof Belgacem Haba, Algerian Scholar of the Year 2015

Prof Belgacom Haba is one of the most successful Algerian researchers in field of electronics around the globe. He is a graduate of the Universit

ByHamza Hamouchene Nov 3, 2015

Opinion | Desertec: the renewable energy grab?

If you use social media, you may well have seen a graphic going around, showing a tiny square in the Sahara desert with the caption: ‘This much