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Masdar Institute of Science and Technology today announced that it has become one of only a few academic institutions worldwide providing cutting-edge semiconductor designs for manufacturing -- what is known in the industry as a ?tape-out.?
Kazakhstan, January 24, 2014/PRNewswire/ The transition to a Green Economy has been a main priority of Kazakhstan the past several years...From 18 to 22 January 2014, Kazakhstan participated in Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week in the capital of the UAE .
Masdar PV, the innovative manufacturer of thin-film photovoltaic products selected for the delivery of 6 MWp to Sierra Leone...The selected projects all share the promise of improving energy access, helping to address energy security and creating
Sultan Ahmed Al-Jaber, UAE minister of state and chief executive of Abu Dhabi's environmental city Masdar said that given the world population is expected to grow to 8 billion people by 2030, "the world population will consume in 15 years 50 percent
During the week-long event, top decision-makers from 172 countries will address some of the world's urgent energy and sustainability challenges, including the economics of renewable energies, the effects of water scarcity, and the impact on the
Crude oil is one of them and as the world is still as oil-thirsty as ever, with no sign of alternative sustainable energy sources ready for commercialisation, those states that have reserves of this black gold can afford to dream of and find means to
The Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi has announced that it is gearing up to commence engineering design of the first green road in the Middle East. The five-kilometre pilot project will be linking existing Abu Dhabi-Dubai Main Road (E11)
Masdar jointly awarded a AED450 million engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to Dodsal Group to build a carbon dioxide (CO2) compression facility and a 50 km pipeline...Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, national security adviser,
However, if you were so inclined, the battle for the tallest, longest and shiniest building has just two serious contestants: the UAE and China, with Dubai's Burj Khalifa, at 829 metres, currently the tallest building in the world. Pitch that beside
Thesiger lived with the Bedu for almost five years, twice crossing the so-called Empty Quarter' in the heart of Arabia on camelback in the years following the Second World War. In Arabian Sands'¹ Thesiger describes time and again how meticulous the