Abu Dhabi Technology Development Committee (TDC) is inviting all UAE-based talented individuals from across the science, technology and engineering spectrum to display their home-grown projects at the upcoming Innovator Show in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Oracle has launched the Oracle Health Sciences Data Management Workbench, to aggregate, reconcile and transform disparate sources of clinical trial data.
The workbench enables health sciences organisations to a
Pearson, a major learning company, has announced plans to roll out a new teacher training initiative across Saudi Arabia aimed at bringing key improvements in Mathematics and science education.
It is working closely with the Tatwe
The Emirates Institution for Advanced Science and Technology (EIAST) has signed a co-operation agreement with the Directorate of Town Planning and Survey (DTPS), Government of Sharjah.
The move is aimed at bolstering mutual co-ope
The Abu Dhabi Technology Development Committee (TDC) said its ‘lema?,’ a science school outreach programme, has reached over 30,000 students in over 100 schools.
The initiative was designed to create hands-on experienc
Four top events bringing science to life and exhibiting how science is all around us will take place as part of a festival in Abu Dhabi from November 14.
The 10-day Abu Dhabi Science Festival includes Roboshow, Jason Hackenwerth,
Latest offerings from the region’s leading science and technology providers will be showcased in Abu Dhabi next month.
The Abu Dhabi Science Festival (ADSF), organised by the Abu Dhabi Technology Committee (TDC), will take p
The Emirates Institution for Advanced Science and Technology (EIAST) will be hosting a UN/UAE Symposium on Basic Space Technology tomorrow (October 20) at Zayed University in Dubai.
The four-day event is being held at the behest o
An array of science workshops, shows and interactive exhibitions for young visitors and their families are set to be held in Abu Dhabi from November 14.
The Abu Dhabi Science Festival (ADSF), which will run till November 23, will
Bird flu may be far less lethal to people than the World Health Organization's assessment of a death rate topping 50 percent, scientists said on Thursday.
Scientists led by virologist Peter Palese of Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New Y