In an increasingly globalized world, the flow of individuals across borders has increased dramatically...
The fast-growing realization and recognition of the need for a sustainable carbon-free future have led many countries to initiate the deployment of electric vehicles (EV) on their roads.
With around 40 million date palm trees spread across the UAE, the United Arab Emirates University students are finding innovative and sustainable ways to tap into the resource.
Dr Naeema Al Hosani, Associate Professor of Cartography at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences has been awarded the 20th Ibn Battuta Prize for Travel Literature,
Although the earth’s environment took a much-needed break during the 2020 lockdowns around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers at the UAE University...
The world’s biodiversity is increasingly gaining attention from researchers as more species become extinct due to climate change.Dr Sabir Muzaffar, a Professor and Wildlife Biologist at UAEU
Professors at the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) have paved the way for research excellence in the field of astronomy and space science in alignment with the UAE’s National Space
Scientists highlight the role of a cellular protein in COVID-19 infections and explorenew therapeutic options Angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2), a protein found on the surface of lung cells,
Everything relates, in some way to science. We have all seen that with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our lives.
With rising divorce rates among locals in the UAE and a lack of compatible literature relating to marriage in regional culture,
In any pandemic, it is critical to understand the mode of transmission the infectious agent is using to infect populations as early as possible.
The International Emergency Medicine Education Project began in 2015 at the (CMHS) of the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU)
With the Gulf region ranking as one of the most water-scarce regions in the world, researchers at the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) have taken it upon themselves to help alleviate the burden.
With global methane emissions reaching a record high of almost 600 million tonnes a year and expected to continue rising in the coming years,
Researchers at the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) have proposed using an antipsychotic drug to combat COVID-19.
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