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At STEP5 Conference Muslim Scholars Explore Ways to Boost Collaboration

Scientists, scholars and academia from the Muslim world and beyond converged in Karachi between Feb. 27 and March 2 to pool minds and find new, effective and practical ways to boost academic collaboration
At STEP5 Conference Muslim Scholars Explore Ways to Boost CollaborationAt STEP5 Conference Muslim Scholars Explore Ways to Boost Collaboration

The 5th Science and Technology Exchange Program (STEP5) among Muslim nations, organized by Iran’s Mustafa Science and Technology Foundation (MSTF) at the University of Karachi will end today (Saturday).
Scientists, scholars and academia from the Muslim world and beyond converged for STEP5 in the capital of the Pakistani province of Sindh between Feb. 27 and March 2 to pool minds and find new and effective ways to boost academic collaboration, the MSTF press office reported.
Scientists from 23 countries including Malaysia, Oman, Egypt, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Bahrain, India, Kuwait, Singapore and the UAE were in attendance.

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