UAE students invent affordable Braille device

The prototype will be on show at the Think Science fair in Dubai which encourages young people to innovate. A group of university students have developed an affordable, portable device that instantly converts text and numerals into braille. BraillEye, a pocket-sized...

Knight Frank’s Hub Report, the second in the series, tracks the evolution of Dubai...

The report focuses on benchmarking Dubai against the seven other key global cities of New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Sydney across the six key sectors of manufacturing & logistics, business & financial services, tourism, education...

More needs to be done to help working women in the UAE, say industry...

Disparity in pay is only part of the problem, they said The new wage equality law approved by the UAE Cabinet should go a long way to further improving the status of women in the workplace, but there is still...

2nd Annual National Treasure Conference

Hosted under the Patronage of His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, The Cabinet Minister, The Minister of Tolerance & President of UAE Genetic Disease Association Event Dates:   29-30 April 2018 Venue: Amity University, United Arab Emirates - Dubai Event Details: The most...

Call for volunteers to join campaign to make Dubai more wheelchair friendly

Ramp Day on Saturday in Dubai help will pinpoint areas that need slopes to ensure accessibility for all. Identifying public spaces that are not wheelchair accessible is on the agenda for volunteers from the Wings of Angelz advocacy group on Saturday. The group...

VR opens ways to engage students for enhanced learning

The beauty of VR is that it is not limited to one place, time or class subject. Students are constantly told to "use imagination" and "think outside the box" in classrooms. Now, pupils can go one step further - their...

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid launches National Advanced Sciences Agenda 2031

'Promoting the advanced sciences environment is a key tool to turn the creativity of human mind into reality,' the Ruler of Dubai said. A national plan to promote advanced sciences was launched on Sunday to "turn the creativity of human...

It’s time for governments to seize data control, Apple founder says

Social media information crisis could change the landscape of data consent with emergence of blockchain technology, say Steve Wozniak. An uncertain online landscape provides a golden opportunity for governments to wrestle back control of personal data from private companies, claims...

Apple goes back to school with new low-cost iPad

The tech firm announced new educational offerings at its first major event of 2018, including a new 9.7-inch iPad, as it seeks to challenge Google in the classroom. Apple has revealed a low-cost iPad aimed at schoolchildren, together with a host of new...

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