Airbus and the Al Bayt Mitwahid Association have handpicked 18 Emirati students to travel to Hamburg, Germany as part of the Future Scientists 2018 initiative.
Dubai is among the 50 international destinations selected to play host to the 2018 edition of ‘Falling Walls Lab’, a global innovation challenge that aims to identify ground-breaking ideas and nurture high potential talent.
The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre has announced that 18 candidates are currently undergoing the final stage of the interviews leading up to choosing the first Emirati astronaut corps of the UAE Astronaut Programme.
UAE’s Advanced Sciences Office has organised an interactive workshop, which explored ways on how the transport and logistics sector can benefit from technological and scientific advances.
Emirates Global Aluminium has announced that its hands-on STEM learning programme ‘Engineer the Future’ reached 8,000 high school students during the 2017-2018 academic year.
Qatar and Oman have reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance and develop cooperation in the fields of science, higher education and technology.
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre has shortlisted a total of 95 applicants, including 75 men and 20 women, for the UAE Astronaut Program, WAM reported.
The UAE has emerged as the most digital-friendly Middle East nation in Euler Hermes’ latest study titled ‘The enabling digitilisation index: Which countries are digital friendly’?
Earlier this month, the American University of Sharjah has announced that it will be offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics. The move supports the rising interest in the UAE and region in physics-based initiatives, such as the ambitious space programme and the UAE Mars Mission.
NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Class of 2018 student Yousteena Bocktor, 21, from Egypt, has been selected as a 2018 Al Ghurair STEM Scholar.