Mine sweepers, oil explorers and football-playing automatons were all on show at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre yesterday as the Bahrain heats of the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) drew to a close.
Bahrain is set to host a major international robotics competition later this month.
The fifth edition of the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) Bahrain will feature the participation of more than 100 teams from 30 private and public schoo
Al Eman Girls Private School has won first place in Injaz Bahrain's 'Company of the Year Competition' for their student company '3 Dots’.
The winner was announced during an event at the Diplomat Radisson Bl
The UAE’s General Authority for Regulating the Telecommunications Sector (TRA) has announced its support to a premier annual competition that marks outstanding Emirati talents in technical and vocational skills.
Organisations of today’s fast changing world must innovate to be able to stand out and stay ahead of competition both in the present and into the future, according to an expert.
Speaking at the Dubai Global Convention’
Ericsson has revealed the winners of its ‘Smart Schools’ competition 2015 in Khartoum, Sudan and launched its social media campaign #ienable at the event.
The winner were awarded a roundtrip to visit Ericsson’s E
Access Infra Africa, a developer, owner and operator of power assets in Africa, has launched the Access Co-Development Fund (ACF), a $5 million competition designed to bridge the gap between early stage renewable energy projects in Africa and th
Two lucky Gulf residents will be jetting off to Ireland to witness the world-famous Irish Open golf tournament thanks to a new competition launched by Tourism Ireland.
The Irish Open, hosted by current world number one golfer Rory
Schools across Bahrain are set to take part in an art competition that aims to raise tens of thousands of dinars for orphans.
The contest, organised by the Sovereign Trust Consultancy (STC), raised BD73,000 ($192,257) for the Roya
The European Commission said it will address French and German concerns over what they see as unfair subsidies to Gulf carriers when it proposes a commercial aviation agreement with the Gulf region later this year.
At a meeting of