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How Does the UAE Keep Up with Water Demand?

31 January 2018

Lab 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.

Growing at speed

60 years ago, the UAE had a population of less than 100...

Who will the UAE send into Space?

28 January 2018

Lab 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...

What Exactly is DWAK?

24 January 2018

Lab 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.

What is the People’s Choice Award?

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Will Electric Cars Take Off in the UAE?

21 January 2018

Lab 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.


What is the ECOBUS

18 January 2018

Lab Chat

Alternatively-fuelled vehicles (AFVs) are on the rise. Countries across the world are announcing bans on the sale of petrol and diesel cars, with China expected to announce similar plans eventually. But it’s not just cars that are the problem. Read on as we look at EcoBus, the latest eco-friendly development in the UAE. Busy on the buses

Buses are one of the most commonly used forms of publi...

How can the UAE become more liveable?

16 January 2018

Lab Chat

We all want to live somewhere that’s “liveable”, right? According to the new five-year plan announced by their Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, that’s exactly what the UAE wants. They have stated the UAE’s intention to be one of the world’s most liveable countries in the next few years. But what exactly does this mean? And how will they achieve it? Read on as we explore the latest pl...

Will ADNOC expand in 2018?

01 January 2018

Lab Chat

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) is the biggest company in the UAE. It’s the 12th largest oil producer in the world, with 3 million barrels per day. But it’s still looking to grow. This year, ADNOC announced the 2030 Strategy to transform their business and deliver growth. But will they be expanding in 2018? Read on as we look at the plans of the national oil producer.

A history of...


28 December 2017

Lab Chat

The oceans across the world are precious to us. They provide a vast array of marine species, as well as a vital food source – and income source for countless coastal areas. Oceans can even provide a suitable setting for renewable energy generation, with offshore wind farm technology constantly improving, and the water feeding in from oceans acts for some as an essential water source.

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What is behind the Delhi Smog Crisis?

25 December 2017

Lab Chat

It’s no secret that Delhi suffers from some of the worst air in the world. Year after year they suffer from smog, forcing most people to wear facemasks or even stay indoors. In 2017, the supreme court of India ruled to ban the sale of fireworks in New Delhi to avoid the worsened smog that typically follows annual Diwali celebrations. However, it’s not just fireworks that contribute to the smog....


23 December 2017

Lab Chat

It’s not been long since the UAE launched their plans for the Mars Science City. Now, they’re aiming to become the frontrunners for research into space agriculture. Put simply, that’s the industry of growing food on other planets – with Mars the main target. Read on as we explore the Gulf state’s latest ambitions.

A growing sector for the UAE

The Dubai Airshow is held every year, bringing...

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