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28 February 2018Lab Chat
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) boasts a very hot, dry and humid climate. With aims to combat desertification and drought, scientists are now turning towards seeding flights. But, what are these and how can they help with rainfall? Read on as we look at the process of precipitation enhancement with seeding.
Average rainfall in the UAE is around 120mm a year, compared to an ...
25 February 2018Lab Chat
After years of fast growth and development, the UAE is now become increasingly concerned with the environment. Whether it’s sustainable tourism or ecological protection, the environment is now high on the list for the Emirates. And that’s highlighted more than ever on February 4th, which is the UAE National Environment Day. Read on as we look at how the Emirates marked the occasion in 2018....
19 February 2018Lab Chat
As one of the most oil-rich domains, Saudi Arabia has long been a stronghold of oil production. But there are increasing worries about just how much oil is left, along with its contribution to climate change. Looking to the future, is Saudi Arabia ready to move away from its oil reliance towards a more sustainable energy sources? Read on as we look at the nation’s oil consumption and whether th...
14 February 2018Lab Chat
Sharks are top of the oceanic food chain. And they get a bad reputation as a result. Often presented as fierce, dangerous predators, sharks are actually important to our oceans for a number of reasons. But, like many other species, they’re at threat from overfishing. That’s why the United Arab Emirates has banned shark fishing from February 1st to June 30th during their breeding season. Read on...
12 February 2018Lab Chat
GCC Standardization Organization (GSO) would like to invite you to participate in The Proficiency Testing Program for Petroleum Products and Lubricants
11 February 2018Lab Chat
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is known for all kinds of innovation. Whether it’s new forms of transport, research into space exploration, or even just state-of-the-art skyscrapers, the Emirates are at the forefront of so many industries. And that’s highlighted during the UAE Innovation Month. So, what is it? Read on as we take a closer look.
31 January 2018Lab Chat
The population of the United Arab Emirates has increased massively over the past few decades. Understandably this means greater demand for housing, employment and – of course – water. So, how does the country keep up with its increasing water demand? Read on as we look at the latest development in UAE water supplies.
60 years ago, the UAE had a population of less than 100...
28 January 2018Lab Chat
Planning has begun for the United Arab Emirates’ first ever space mission. The Emirates Mars Mission has been in the pipeline since 2015 and now has around 75 people working on the project. This number is expected to double by 2020 in preparation for the launch. But now it’s time to recruit the people that will actually make the journey into space. Read on as we look at the UAE’s search for who...
24 January 2018Lab Chat
Ever heard of Dwak? Probably not, but the innovative app has been named among the top apps in the People’s Choice Award at an entrepreneurial event in London. Translating roughly to “your medicine” from Arabic, the app is intended to remind people when to take their medicine. Read on for more information about Dwak, and how it can be used.
21 January 2018Lab Chat
The world is heading, albeit slowly, towards an alternative fuel revolution. Innovative technology is there for the likes of electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to take over on our roads. The problem? Infrastructure. Without the right charging facilities, for instance, electric vehicles can never really take to the roads. Read on as we look at the case of electric vehicles in the UAE.