Tags : Science

UAE’s first flying boat to soon become a reality

DUBAI: It may look like a futuristic prop from a sci-fi movie, but visitors to Dubai International Boat Show 2022 need not adjust their sets – the UAE’s first flying boat is a reality and could soon be manufactured locally courtesy of a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed at the region’s largest and most-popular […]...Read More

UAE’s Hope Probe traces dust storms on Mars

DUBAI: The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary exploration was undertaken by an Arab nation, is returning a number of unique observations of Martian dust storms, providing an unparalleled depth of information and insight into the way in which these storms evolve and spread across huge swathes of the planet. Hope provides a powerful platform […]...Read More

RTA announces digital map trials as part of Dubai’s Smart Self-Driving Transport Strategy

DUBAI: In an implementation of the directives of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, Chairman of the Executive Council, to proceed with the partnership agreement signed between the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and Cruise Company to operate Cruise autonomous vehicles to offer taxi and e-Hail services in Dubai, […]...Read More

Kids fall in love with science at the Expo 2020 Dubai

DUBAI: Expo 2020 is bursting with events and activities to immerse future generations in the sciences and inspire them to become the innovators and change-makers needed for a brighter future for us all. With less than two months to go until doors close on March 31, be sure to make the most of this wealth of learning […]...Read More

Future Partnerships — Empowering 10,000 UAE students in STEM

DUBAI: Under the umbrella of the “Future Partnerships” initiative, the UAE Government Development and the Future Office, launched the “building future talents” initiative, in partnership with Ernst and Young (EY), and the Emirates Schools Establishment (ESE), to build 10,000 UAE public school female students’ skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). […]...Read More

NASA is on course to crash the ISS in 2031

In a recent report, NASA has indicated how the future will look for ISS and how it will ultimately end up in a ‘spacecraft cemetery.’  Writing in the International Space Station Transition Report, NASA said, “The ISS is a unique laboratory that is returning enormous scientific, educational, and technological developments to benefit people on Earth […]...Read More