A team of students from the American University of Sharjah has designed an innovative smart cane to assist people with impaired vision as part of their graduation design project.
From a strategic point of view, the responses of the family businesses to the COVID-19 pandemic show that family businesses took one of three main strategic approaches to the pandemic: social responsibility, business transformation or the exercising of patience.
“You do not need to put pen to paper to be a great author. Every one of us here is an author. We are all authors of our own lives, and we have the power to make them great.”
Disinfection strategies against COVID-19 must target the virus and hosting amoeba, according to Dr. Naveed Khan, and Dr. Ruqaiyyah Siddiqui from the Department of Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Sciences at the American University of Sharjah (AUS). They also believe that the virus has the potential to manifest in an aggressive second wave, hence there is an urgent need to develop therapeutic and preventive measures.
The AUS environmental modelling system will include modules for the investigation of physical and biochemical processes to drive decision making on issues related to designing coastal observing systems, support nearshore.
Working under the guidance of Professor of Architecture Michael Hughes, the students designed an affordable housing unit set on the AUS campus that can temporarily accommodate visiting professors.
American University of Sharjah’s (AUS) campus was abuzz on March 10, with colours, music and traditional dress as the university community and the public celebrated the opening of AUS Global Day, the university’s most popular annual cultural event.
The laboratories consist of teaching laboratories that enable students to practice various scientific experiments to help them understand more, develop scientific skills in analysis and observation, and extract accurate scientific results.
The world’s major business players, including Emirates Group, Etihad Airlines, Google, Unilever, Boston Consulting Group and PwC, continue to attract AUS alumni