The students were showcasing their works at the Engineering Innovation Day. Read Article Khalifa University's latest inventions
How can we utilise technology to develop an improved mashrabiya while preserving its distinctly oriental character? Researcher find out. Read Article Ancient Arabic architecture may be answer to coping with hot climate
The UAE can combat "new-age" criminality through technology, international cooperation and information sharing, a major conference heard yesterday. Read Article How the UAE is fighting criminality
Development brings opportunities for youth in Al Gharbia Read Article New opportunities await youths of Abu Dhabi's Western Region
Star Trek's technological feats are ahead of the times - dreamt up almost half a century ago, much of its technology is today a reality. Read Article Can’t you beam me up, Scotty?
Scientists at the Masdar Institute are researching on the formation of dolomite in hopes it could one day help industries develop greener ways of repairing or fabricating materials.
Read Article Study on UAE dolomite formation could pave way for future greener industries
Du broadband subscribers may experience slow internet Sunday and Monday due to maintenance on two subsea communication cables. Read Article Work on cables means slow connection for Du users
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
Meet the UAE's most popular phone. It's not an iPhone, or the lastest Samsung Galaxy. It's not even a BlackBerry, despite their ubiquity.
Read Article Move over iPhone, BlackBerry or Samsung: King of phones in UAE is not so smart
With graphic: A new survey shows that people are now more likely to send instant messages by other means, such as BlackBerry's BBM or Apple's iMessage. Read Article App attack! Is this the end of paid-for texting?
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
The app, currently available only for Android phones, allows members of the public facing real-time danger to have a direct link to the command and control room. Read Article Dubai police are just an app away
Win an invitation for you and a guest for a celebration of all things decadent to be held at Maison Sez in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, June 26. Win - A night with The National
British scientists have discovered a vaccine that creates an immunity to Traveller's Diarrhoea - the global curse with a handful of names, but one certain unpleasant effect. Vaccine set to vanquish Delhi belly
James Gandolfini, whose portrayal of a brutal, emotionally fragile mob boss in HBO's 'The Sopranos' helped create one of TV's greatest drama series, has died. The Sopranos star James Gandolfini dies in Rome
A 2-0 win provides welcome distraction amid protests, reports Gary Meenaghan from Brazil. Confederations Cup: Brazil beat Mexico
Most ruling politicians and their supporters in the post-uprising North African states are likely to support Turkish premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Arab Spring Islamist leaders support Erdogan
A zoo in Russia is home to a unique animal – the liliger. That's a big cat breed where the father is a lion and the mother is a lion-tiger hybrid, called a liger. In pictures: Lililger cubs in Russia
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