The Dubai Future Foundation’s new think tank the Mohammed Bin Rashid Center for Accelerated Research has received the results of its first funding programme this week, the Space Settlement Challenge.
Dubai SME, the agency of the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai mandated to develop the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector, is set to extend its support as Dubai Government Partner to the 4th edition of the Arab Women in Leadership & Business Summit.
Lego’s education arm just announced two new robotic kits that can be used in the First Lego League series of robotics competitions, the Mission Moon and Into Orbit sets were designed in partnership with astronauts and space experts to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Lego league itself.
UAE Minister of State for Advanced Science Sarah bin Yousef Al Amiri has been appointed to head the Emirates Scientists Council following a UAE Cabinet meeting on reshuffling the organisation.
The One Million Arab Coders initiative has reportedly received 1.1 million applicants from around the Arab world since it was launched, in October 2017, according to WAM.
Oman will put the spotlight on how artificial intelligence will impact the education sector in an upcoming symposium at the Sultanate.
The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre, MBRSC, has announced 35 vacancies for Emirati youth at Careers UAE.
Speaking at a breakfast briefing today hosted by Mecomed to celebrate International Women’s Day, Al Amiri said that the number of women enrolling in STEM subject courses in the Middle East equate to approximately 50 percent of applicants.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) aims to increase the visibility of women in the digital space by organising a global call for contribution, the ‘Edit-a-thon’, on International Women’s Day, on 8th March.
Over 3,000 candidates have successfully completed the online registration, 60 percent of who are STEM qualified and over 20 percent are pilots.