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14 March 2018Lab Chat
Across the globe, carmakers are determined to make vehicles greener – just look at the rise of electric vehicles (EVs). This is a significant problem for fuel and oil production – forcing companies to come up with greener, cheaper and more efficient alternatives. Saudi Aramco is at the centre of this, trying to reinvent itself to remain economically stable, but what are they actually doing to c...
13 March 2018Lab Chat
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will welcome their first nuclear power reactor in 2018. In doing so, they’re hoping to establish an efficient and reliable source of electricity. With plans established in 2009, the first of four plants will open this year with the other reactors going online by 2020. So, what does this mean for the future of energy in the UAE?
11 March 2018Lab Chat
As the United Arab Emirates (UAE) plans to move into a more sustainable future, is it time that older cars received a toxicity tax? With air pollution and carbon emissions impacting health, well-being and the environment, petrol and diesel cars are often seen to be the main culprit. So, should they become a thing of the past? And, should UAE car owners have to pay extra? Read on to see if it’s ...
09 March 2018Lab Chat
p>The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is known for its oil production. But, looking to the future, could it be known to have one most sustainable cities ever? That’s where Diamond Developers comes in. Building a city just outside central Dubai, they hope the new metropolitan will produce as much energy, if not more, than it consumes. Coined the Sustainable City, they believe this will be the future ...
07 March 2018Lab Chat
No longer are advancing tech techniques simply for shopping and streaming music. Instead, they can now help with health and well-being. In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), significant funding is being put into artificial intelligence (AI) for healthcare purposes. Will this be a big step forward for medicine? Or, are things starting to look too futuristic?
06 March 2018Lab Chat
Since the introduction of the organ transplant laws in 2016, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been making significant progress when it comes to donation procedures. And now, it seems these efforts have come to fruition, with the first transplants of several major organs taking place in the Emirates. Let’s take a closer look at what exactly this means for the UAE…
05 March 2018Lab Chat
ARABLAB Show in Dubai is recognised throughout the Analytical World as one of the “MUST SEE” events in the Science & Analytical calendar.
This year the focus on the show covers a special theme called MULTILAB which has a global reach attracting industry personnel from over 100 countries.
Many of the various Technology Streams which are featured strongly in the MULTILAB sector of the show...
04 March 2018Lab Chat
Plastic and fuel are two of the world’s biggest environmental problems. As plastic waste stacks up, fuels like diesel and petrol are continually releasing more pollutants into the environment – both from their production and use. The solution? Turn plastic into fuel. Read on to see how plastic-to-fuel technology is taking off in the UAE.
Research suggests over 8 b...