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Research centers

 Plasma Research Center: the center was established in 2005. It has received Ministry permission to work on the charged particles instrument and microwave lamps and plasma in the solid state. The center is at present active in the fields of plasma engineering, nanotechnology and space physics.

 Fundamental and Applied Science Research Center: the center was established in 2005 to further take advantage of the capabilities and potentials in the fields of fundamental and applied sciences at the university and to help achieve the objectives of the fourth economic, social and cultural development for the expansion of research in the country. There are at present photonic and the solid state, cellular-molecular and genetic and paleontology and economic geology research departments at the center.

 

 Human Kinetics Research Center: the center was established in 2006 with 11 members of academic staff. It is active in the following areas:

 -Development and expansion of research in Physical Education and Sports Sciences

 -Promotion of research activities in Physical Education and Sports Sciences to boost the general academic level and help theory and practice come together in the field

 -Cooperation with other research and educational centers in the areas of Physical Education and Sports Sciences to promote the quality of researches done in the field

 -Cooperation with other institutions and organizations involved directly or indirectly in sports for the people.

  Comparative Philosophy and Law Research Center: the center was established in 2007 with Human rights, Comparative philosophy and Comparative Law departments. It has the following objectives:

- Acquaintance with different viewpoints across the academic centers of the world in the fields of law and philosophy, transfer of global experiences in law and philosophy, particularly modern legal achievements in the world.

-To present and compare Islam's legal and philosophical potentials and strengths with other schools of law and philosophy to develop a better understanding of our native legal and philosophical systems in scientific centers.