Derast’s recent virtual ThinkTalk discussed the innovative and sustainable cities post Covid-19, presented by Prof. Odeh Al-Jayyousi, on 9th Nov. 2021, at 11:00 am, via Zoom.
This latest virtual ThinkTalk on Weds 25th August, 2021, introduced statistics, its uses in everyday life, scientific research, and statistical errors commonly made. A link to the webinar recording is available.
Derasat’s recent Thinktalk discussed, ‘The Arabian Peninsula: Archaeology and Ancient History’, presented by Dr. Waleed Safaei, an Assistant Professor of Archaeology at the University of Bahrain, on Wednesday 4th August, 2021.
Given the multiple and diverse aspects to crisis management, this webinar presented aspects that might enhance the relationship between crisis management and strategic flexibility and how Bahrain’s e-readiness is placed to respond.
Dr. Ghufran Jassim delivered a very interesting presentation underscoring the long-term impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on mental and psychological health. The presentation is available via the link.
Bahrain and India have historic bilateral ties that span energy, trade, investment, education and beyond; this collaborative webinar between Derasat and the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in India, highlighted the emergent convergences for expanding India-Bahrain bilateral cooperation.
Derasat’s recent ThinkTalk in collaboration with the German-Saudi Arabian Liaison Office for Economic Affairs (GESALO), explored the key waste to energy technologies and best practices available to achieve sustainable waste management in Bahrain. On June 2nd, at 11:00 (Bah time).
Derasat’s recent Think Talk focused on the efficacy of modern trends in social and psychological treatments, presented by Dr. Marwa Al-Mulla, Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Sciences, University of Bahrain. Held online on May 26th, 2021 at 11:00 AM.
Derasat’s recent Virtual Think Talk was presented by Eng. Saeed AlBalhaddad, the General Manager of Gulf Renewables Lab in Saudi Arabia and moderated by Eng. Abdualla Alabbasi, Research Fellow, Derasat.
A “Free and Open Indo-Pacific” is important to maintaining stability in the region and promoting prosperity. Dr. Yuichi Hosoya, Professor of International Politics at Keio University in Japan, discussed the challenges and opportunities in a Virtual Think Talk on Thursday 25th March 2021.