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Sheikh Mohammed briefed on the UAE's plans for exploration of space
Mission to Mars tops goals of UAE Space Agency.
Fund managers hedging their bets with your money
Hedge fund managers used to be called the Masters of the Universe but their sales pitch that they have unrivalled knowledge of the fundamental laws of the financial universe is now clearly a bust.
Outback axes suggest humans reached Australia 18,000 years earlier than thought
A technique called luminescence dating was used to date the ancient tools which were found in a rock shelter at the bottom of a cliff, on the edge of a sandy savannah plain some 300km east of Darwin.
Mohammed bin Rashid Knowledge Award deadline extended
The award aims to honour people and institutions that have made significant contributions to the knowledge sector and to science-based sustainable economies.
Young Emirati is reaching for the stars as she aims to become UAE's first astronaut
Genes In Space competition winner Alia Al Mansoori is to visit Canada to learn more about the country's space programme before hopefully going on to study molecular biology.
UAE Space Agency in talks with universities to create more space-science degrees
Agency seeking to recruit more Emiratis with science and engineering backgrounds
UAE researcher in breakthrough that could reduce problems associated with older women conceiving
A study co-authored by a New York University Abu Dhabi researcher has identified an enzyme that boosts meiosis, a natural chromosome process that sometimes encounters problems in older women, leading to miscarriages and potentially Down Syndrome in a newborn.
Evidence of life beneath the Earth could transform the search for oil
The bacteria could be used in the search for new oil reserves
Nasa to send astronauts to Mars with mini nuclear reactors
American space agency aims to provide power to sustain life on the red planet by developing miniature nuclear plants