Palestine research team publishes scientific paper by Radiocarbon Journal in the U.S
A Palestinian research team which included staff members from An-Najah and the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has recently published a research paper by Radiocarbon Journal of the Department of Geosciences at the University of Arizona, U.S.A.
The research titled: "Archaeology Funerary in Palestine: A Case Study from Khirbet Aqabet Al Qadi at Nablus, Palestine" was conducted through a cooperation agreement between An-Najah and the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in Palestine.
The team included Dr. Luay Abu Saud, senior researcher, Dr. Amer Qubbaj, Dr. Mohammad Al-Khatib and Dr. Abdel-Khaliq Issa from An-Najah; Mr. Jihad Yaseen and Mr. Awni Shawamreh from the Ministry Tourism and Antiquities as well as Veronica Perez de Dios, Spain and Alfonso Peraza Fanjul, Spain.
Radiocarbon, a scientific journal devoted to the topic of radiocarbon dating, was founded in 1959 as a supplement to the American Journal of Science, and is an important source of data and information about radiocarbon dating. It has an impact factor of 1.807.