A boom in consumer drone sales has spawned a counter-industry of start-ups aiming to stop drones flying where they shouldn’t, by disabling them or knocking them out of the sky.
The UAE is a growing hub for education. When thinking of higher education, names like Knowledge Village, Academic City, the Higher Colleges of Technology, New York University-Abu Dhabi, Sorbonne-Abu Dhabi, American University of Sharjah, American University of Abu Dhabi, SP Jain School of Global Management, BITS-Dubai spring to mind immediately. Continue reading Jibber Jabber: A tool to tame time
To protect astronauts from the harsh Martian environment, the best building material for a new home on the Red Planet may lie in ice, say NASA researchers.
Continue reading NASA may build ice homes on Mars to protect astronauts
Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) has filed for a patent to use airships to store products and serve as a base for delivery-drones. Continue reading Amazon looks to the sky to store products
Eight small satellites, designed to improve hurricane forecasts by detecting the wind speeds within storms, blasted off on Thursday aboard an air-launched Pegasus rocket, a NASA TV broadcast showed. Continue reading Launch of mini-satellites gives forecasters eye into hurricanes
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), recently welcomed a high-level delegation from the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) headed by Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of RTA.
It’s the end of an era and another sign of digital dominance: Friday is the final day screaming, gesturing traders can buy and sell commodities, including oil, on a trading floor in New York.
“I make my money for me,” declares Afghan beekeeper Jamila pointing emphatically at her chest.
Her small honey-making business provides not only an income, but a sense of pride.
Social media firm Snap Inc may be the highest profile tech IPO planned for 2017, with the potential to raise billions.
To create a single source of readily available database for policy-making, evaluation and distribution of resources, the state education department on Saturday launched the internet-based School Management Information System (SMIS).