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Will the Ethiopian Grand Dam Secure Egypt’s Future Water Needs?

“Egypt is downstream from the principal source of Nile water, which is Ethiopia. Egypt is presently receiving about 55-60 billion cubic meters of water per year, depending on how much it rains in Ethiopia,” said Tutwiler.

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Thermoacoustic Engine May Overcome Energy Crisis

By: Salma El Saeed The reliability of a thermoacoustic engine that produces electricity from solar energy to accommodate the energy crisis in Egypt is currently being studied by Ehab Abdel Rahman, associate provost for research and one of the engine’s creators. Abdel Rahman said that the engine in its current form is not ready to be used on a real-life scale, as the researchers are not yet aware of the possible drawbacks of the engine. He added that the research will require approximately one more year and only then the…

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