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Splashdown! Alia's space station experiment has come down to Earth
SpaceX reports successful landing of capsule containing Genes in Space samples
When rocket tests go wrong: SpaceX releases blooper reel of catastrophic crashes
It's Monty Python's Crashing Rockets Circus as space company releases footage to wacky tune
'You can do it': Nasa chief astronaut's space message to Dubai teenager
Alia's dreams of going to space encouraged from team on International Space Station
Forget to take your medication? UAE students develop reminder app
Smartphone app helps remind people to take their medication on time and improves communication with pharmacies.
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
Job of Ajman crime scene investigator is a far cry from Hollywood shows
CSI officers in the UAE say their jobs are interesting but demanding, and some of the images they see never leave them
Superstorm Irma: warmer climate means devastating storms have more 'fuel in the engine'
Hurricane has wreaked havoc on Caribbean islands and is heading for US mainland
How Boeing's Starliner is getting ready to rocket the United States back into manned space flight
Six years after the last flight of Atlantis a replacement for the Space Shuttle is almost ready to launch
Astronomers look to have made a golden neutron star discovery
A US observatory is rumoured to have witnessed a collision between two of these mind-boggling stars, which would have produced ripples in spacetime and could lead to the answer to the mystery of the origin of gold
Emirati Women's Day: chemical engineer 'an inspiration' to others as she takes on molten metals
Shaikha Al Shehhi's job at Emirates Global Aluminium requires her to wear protective gear against molten metal