What if your home were smart? If it knew what room temperature you liked to wake up to, which lights you dimmed when you watched television, and told you how much power you consumed every day? Read Article Smart plugs will ease risk of blackouts from power surges
Nature has countless double acts, partnerships where instead of one creature being a parasite on or killing another, both sides benefit. Read Article The right bugs grow better beans
A decision could be made as soon as next month, according to a source close to the country's nuclear authorities.
Read Article 'Decision soon' on UAE nuclear waste
Rumours circulating on Arabic social media that the UAE could soon be hit by powerful earthquake have been denied by the US Geological Survey. Read Article Rumours that UAE could be struck by earthquake 'false'
Students have been asked to design, develop and build innovations and to apply science skills in solving practical problem. Read Article Think Science: An innovative competition
The Float system - which stands for Free Levitation for Overground Active Training - not only helps people with their disabilities, but could also give researchers new insights into human movement. Read Article UAE's Float robots could revolutionalise treatment of movement disorders
The ground under your feet retains moisture and nutrients for vegetation, helping grow the food you eat. Scientists at the Masdar institute are working on a way to help ensure the UAE's soil stays in healthy for years to come, says Dr Lina Yousef Read Article The ground under your feet is more important than you think, says UAE professor
In light of endless reports of wars, terrorism and atrocities, the very suggestion that people are steadily being nicer to each other seems preposterous. Yet the evidence has been accumulating for centuries. Read Article Peace is finally getting its chance
Imagine a building that, like a plant, uses its entire surface to capture sunlight and convert it into energy. Read Article A solar sandwich for 21st century buildings
Scientists at UAE University in Al Ain are working on an extract that has been effective against a stubborn type of breast cancer in laboratory experiments. Daniel Bardsley reports
Read Article UAE scientists discover Marjoram, a cancer killer in your herb garden