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Heat is on the hardy locusts but swarms will still crop up in the UAE
Study shows that even though temperatures will rise as a result of climate change, swarming locusts will still be able to travel to devour crops, leading researchers to call for continued vigilance
Refurbishment is nigh for Godolphin chapel
While the work is not yet done, the Cornwall community has plans to properly thank the generosity of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid
How difficult is it for bilingual people to switch from Arabic to English?
NYU Abu Dhabi study tested bilingual students to see which parts of the brain are engaged when switching between languages, and the results could contradict previously held beliefs about ‘bilingual advantage’
Dust can dramatically reduce effectiveness of solar panels in Arabian peninsula, US study finds
Researchers found that even when panels are cleaned once a month, energy generation is reduced by 25 per cent due to particles building up on the panel and in its vicinity
UAEU students seek to make paper from sand
Their method could offer environmental benefits, since it requires less energy than traditional paper production from wood pulp and does not need water
Travel tech takeaways
The world of travel technology and gadgets is a digital minefield, but it can facilitate real self-reliance on the road. We sifted through thousands of products to find the new essentials
Praying has potential to heal lower back pain, as well as the soul
In redistributing forces around the lower back, the prayer movements have much in common with some Yoga movements.
Analysis: Mexico has borne the brunt of the most brutal of quakes
The country's vulnerability stems from its location beside the Pacific 'Ring of Fire'
Dubai veterinary lab creates vaccines to fight disease in UAE's most prized animals
The vaccines fight variations of pox in camels, falcons and houbaras
Emirati looking to strengthen research into myriad potential uses for graphene
Graphene, a substance 200 times stronger than steel, holds great potential in a number of fields, from telecomms to lighting, and Ibrahim Ahmad has been doing lab work in the UK on developing polymer-graphene hybrids