Monthly Archives:: May 2014

Date Posted: May 27, 2014

Exhibited in the Gulf Medical University (GMU) last week, students from over fifty schools have exhibited their scientific projects at the Annual Scientific and Medical Exhibition in Ajman. The Exhibition is also called GMU Mase 2014 and saw over 4500 students from over 250 schools attend the exhibition.   The exhibition was inaugurated by the… Read more »

Date Posted: May 22, 2014

Africa has been seeing a range of developments as of late, with some of the top universities being ratified by Oxford and Cambridge, South Africa’s social situation taking a turn for the better and Nigeria’s economy shooting through the roof thanks to the oil discovered and increased prosperity gained from it. Now it seems, it’s… Read more »

Date Posted: May 21, 2014

It’s been a long road in creating an online world in which to interact with billions of people, and interestingly enough it happened almost by complete accident. But today we see users utilize a variety of ‘Web 2.0’ applications which allow them to have a direct impact on a website, application or service provided online… Read more »

Date Posted: May 19, 2014

Ah the summer! Sun, surf, sand and sailing…   Well, here in the west, Sailing isn’t such a big thing anymore and ships are rarely used for anything more than commercial purposes. Depressing hey? But in Dubai, the tradition of sailing is big and strives to not be forgotten. The Dhow is the most well-renowned… Read more »

Date Posted: May 16, 2014

Since the discovery of Oil and Natural Gas deposits in Qatar’s mainland, the country has seen a vast amount of wealth finding its way into Qatari hands and it’s no surprise that some of the biggest developments and the brightest minds in the world are also finding their way into the country, especially in its… Read more »

Date Posted: May 14, 2014

For hundreds of years the African region has been exposed to heinous feats of violence, standing atop this bloodied mountain of public rioting, tribal warfare and governmental oppression by both corrupt politics and military regime alike is Nigeria. Even in the last few decades we’ve seen a repeated change of government powers, repeated coup d’états… Read more »

Date Posted: May 12, 2014

Time and time again we are emailed from concerned teachers and individuals asking the same questions over and over and over again: What is Document Attestation? Why do I need it? How do I do it? When must it be done? In this article, we hope to clear up all the smoke and mirrors surrounding… Read more »

Date Posted: May 09, 2014

You strive, day after day, working for the man in the standard nine to five that everyone else seems to have and each day you feel like you’re coming home a little more lifeless than when you left. All that brightens your day is the smiles on your children’s faces. If you’re the child, you’re… Read more »

Date Posted: May 09, 2014

It’s pretty widespread knowledge by now just how destructive the Western World’s curricula can be to a student’s learning ability by now, with a wide majority of them based in Industrial-era origins and focusing more on continuing the factory line of workers, many other curricula have come to rise in order to fill the creative void, in… Read more »

Date Posted: May 02, 2014

Oman’s always been one of those unknown countries. Small time, not nearly as much history as its close neighbours in Qatar, Bahrain, and most notably, the United Arab Emirates, and on top of that it hasn’t exactly had a thriving economy, up until now. After the discovery of oil in the region, the country has… Read more »