Weighing just four pounds (1.8 kilograms), its blades are much larger and spin about five times faster -- 2,400 revolutions per minute -- than would be required to generate the same amount of lift back on Earth.
A research team of undergraduate students at Khalifa University of Science and Technology have designed and implemented a complete prototype of an electric flying car. This research, which was presented as a graduation project, marks the beginning of futuristic flying cars that will be developed and manufactured in the UAE.
Research commissioned by airlines British Airways-owner IAG, Virgin Atlantic and others found that a single on-arrival antigen test is as effective as a ten-day self-isolation period in reducing imported cases of COVID-19.
A UAE-based digital first creative agency Tonic Worldwide and GIPSI have released a report and identified five factors highlighting the positive sentiments of 2021 for UAE. These factors cover economy, healthcare, tourism, women and celebrations. The report highlights how UAE has won hearts and enjoyed positive sentiment not only from Emiratis but also from global audiences.
By eating less meat and more fruit and vegetables, the world could avoid several million deaths per year by 2050, cut planet-warming emissions substantially, and save billions of dollars annually in healthcare costs and climate damage, researchers said.
Medical and scientific research studies in eight areas benefitting mankind have been given a further boost with the announcement on Tuesday of the Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Medical Sciences (Award) Dhs2.5 million funding to 15 research projects in the UAE.
Researchers at Khalifa University have used the theory of General Relativity to figure out a new way to chart our universe and possibly detect cosmic strings.
Can anyone perceive questions and provide answers in the midst of a vivid dream? It is possible, say researchers.
Research has demonstrated that convalescent plasma could dwindle down death rates due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). However this blood taken from a COVID-19 survivor could not be used as the sole solution to the pandemic, the number of cases from 213 countries and territories as of 10:52 GMT of Sept. 15 (Tuesday) was at 29,473,509 with 21,297,959 recoveries and 933,412 deaths.