The University of Kerbala has participated in the launch event of the developed specialized teaching methods curriculum that was launched by the Ministry of Higher Education in cooperation with the United Nations (UNDP).

The University of Kerbala, with a scientific delegation, have participated in the launching activities of the developed specialized teaching methods curriculum, which was set up by the Ministry of Education in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program. The delegation representing the University of Kerbala included professors and technicians specialized in teaching methods and continuing education, represented by: Prof. Dr. Salah Majid Kazem Al Saadi…

Kerbala University has discussed a study on the preparation and diagnosis of imidazole dye derivatives

A master’s thesis at the College of Science at the University of Kerbala has discussed a study on the preparation and diagnosis of imidazole dye derivatives and their application in dye-stimulated solar cells by a student Seif El-Din Fahim Abdel-Hussein. The study aimed to prepare six new imidazole derivatives designed according to D-π-A geometry to be used as dyes in dye-stimulated solar cells as well…

Ass. Prof. Dr. from the University of Kerbala has published in the American magazine ACS Oemga within Scopus containers (ASC)

Dr. Hassan Faisal, a lecturer from the Department of Chemistry at the College of Science, has published joint scientific research with a research team from the University of Basra, Koya University in the Kurdistan Region, and the British University of Kingston, London, entitled (A new electrochemical sensor that uses lysine in a polymeric film to estimate mercury, zinc and lead using) in ACS Oemga magazine.…

A lecturer from the University of Kerbala has published in an international Iraqi magazine within the classification of Clarivate and Scopus

Prof. Dr. Narges Hadi Mansour from the Department of Chemistry, College of Science, has published research in an international Iraqi Journal of Agricultural Sciences within the Q2 classification in Clarivate and Scopus. The researcher indicated that her research dealt with the development of a simple, cost-effective and environmentally friendly method for making green nanoparticles. The aim is to use the extract of the leaves of…