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Two Emirati explorers raise UAE Flag in Antarctica

Posted on 15/12/2016

Two Emiratis have raised the UAE flag in Antarctica, as part of a 10-day international expedition which explored renewable and alternative energy sources around the world. Saeed Mohamed Al Nuaimi and Amira Al Hammadi also put up photographs of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy ...  >>MORE

Emirati cardiologist performs cardiac catheterisation using new device to protect kidneys from toxic contrast agents

Posted on 07/08/2016

An Emirati cardiologist has performed a cardiovascular catheterisation to treat a 60-year-old Emirati woman with a heart condition using, for the first time in the UAE, a device designed by Massachusetts-based RenalGuard Solutions, to protect the kidneys form the possible toxic effects of radio contrast media, agents injected in the body to improve the visibility of internal bodily structures during surgeries and angiography. Cardiac consultant Abdullah Abdul Rehman Al Hajeri of the Ministry ...  >>MORE

Pride of UAE: Young Emirati scales Europe and Russia’s highest summit

Posted on 29/07/2016

A young Emirati has scaled the highest summit in Europe and Russia, raising the flag of his beloved country in a demonstration of national pride at the top of the peak. Yasir Albehzad, who works for UAE telecom firm du, scaled Mount Elbrus as part of his goal to climb the seven summits of each continent. It was Yasir's personal dream come true and considers it a great success towards achieving his goal of mountaineering seven summits. Mount Elbrus is the highest mountain in Europe, and the ...  >>MORE

Mohammed Al Thani raises UAE flag on Denali and conquers world’s Seven Summits

Posted on 22/06/2016

Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Thani, Chairman of the Sharjah Department of Statistics and Community Development (DSCD) and renowned mountaineer and adventurer, has successfully raised the UAE flag at the top of the world's seven summits. Achieving his incredible feat, Sheikh Mohammed Al Thani has become one of just 350 mountaineers in the world who have conquered the Seven Summits, with his impressive success cemented when he reached the summit of Denali in Alaska, North America. In ...  >>MORE

UAE's youngest Chef b's Emirati dishes get a French twist

Posted on 24/04/2016

The UAE's youngest Emirati chef, Bader Najeeb, who has gained worldwide recognition for his speciality in creating artistic, succulent and jaw-dropping desserts, has turned to some French inspiration for his local dishes. The 20-year-old, who is known as "Chef b" on social media - with over 70,000 followers on Instagram and 10,000 YouTube subscribers - has collaborated with Sebastien Pinson, the French executive chef at Brasserie Flo in the Venetian Village in Abu Dhabi. During the weekend, ...  >>MORE

Emirati Filmmaker Abdullah Ahmed wins the MoI Cinema Award

Posted on 20/12/2015

Lt. Colonel Faisal Mohammed Al Shimmari, Deputy Chairman of the Committee for the Ministry of Interior's Cinematic Awards (MOICA), announced that Emirati filmmaker Abdullah Hassan Ahmed has the Ministry 's Award, along with a staggering prize of USD 100,000, for ‘Best Societal Screenplay'. The announcement of the deserving winner took place during the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF), where director Abdullah Ahmed won the MoI ‘Best Societal Screenplay' Award for his film titled ...  >>MORE

UN Goodwill Ambassador reward for UAE volunteer

Posted on 12/10/2015

For Hamad Al Kaabi, becoming a Goodwill Ambassador by the Economic and Social Council of the UN was the culmination of years of work for the Emirates Red Crescent. Mr Al Kaabi worked as a photographer and volunteer with the aid organisation for five years, an experience he found hugely rewarding. "I hope this [honorary title] will affect other youth, when they see someone their age has been able to get the ambassador title, to motivate them and to make them feel capable,” he said. "Nothing ...  >>MORE

Emirati boy, 9, becomes youngest winner of Sharjah volunteer award

Posted on 22/07/2015

A nine-year-old Emirati boy is the youngest winner of the Sharjah Volunteer Award. Fourth-grade pupil Ghaith Ismail has taken part in 30 volunteering missions across the country and was selected for the Sharjah Volunteer Award in the student category for his work over the past year, according to state news agency WAM. Watching his parents and older sisters participate in charity projects inspired him to volunteer his time. He also saves money and then makes donations of at least Dh1 in ...  >>MORE

Youngest Emirati author takes book fair by storm

Posted on 12/05/2015

With only five days left for his ninth birthday, Emirati author Abdullah Ali Hassan took the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair (ADIBF) by storm with his three children's books. Abdullah began working on his first story around a year ago during a writing contest at his school. When he won first place for writing about the adventures of a giraffe and a pigeon, his father asked his friend, who owns Nabati Publishing house, to make his son's story into a book. "My brother's friend told him ‘I'm ...  >>MORE

Khalifa University Emirati student wins Microsoft Imagine Cup UAE

Posted on 07/05/2015

Khalifa University student, Khalid Al Awar, has won first place in the Games Category of the UAE leg of the Microsoft Imagine Cup. Khalid won for his innovative mobile application that turned a popular Gulf board game into a fun 3D mobile game. The app, called Cayram, has been downloaded close to 1 million times to date, with over half a million of those downloads coming from within the GCC. This is the first time that an Emirati has won the contest since its inception. The Microsoft Imagine ...  >>MORE

Emirati pilot becomes world’s youngest holder of aviation PhD

Posted on 24/03/2015

An Emirati pilot with Etihad Airways has become the youngest holder of a PhD in aviation and just the eighth in the world to obtain the degree. Shareef Al Romaithi, 31, joined the UAE's national carrier in 2007 as a cadet pilot and became the first Etihad Airways cadet pilot to win First Officer status after completing the airline's specialised pilot training programme, Following on from his studies in aerospace engineering, aviation management and safety that yielded a degree and two masters ...  >>MORE

UAE national student saves robbed, injured woman in US

Posted on 07/02/2015

TENNESSEE: A 21-year-old Emirati student on a scholarship in the United States saved a young woman knocked down by a car and robbed on the spot when most other passers-by walked away, a newspaper reported on Friday. Khalifa Al Maamari was with his friend in the car and had just stopped at a red signal at a key junction in Tennessee state when the woman was run over by a car as she tried to cross the road. The driver who knocked her down came later and snatched her bag before disappearing into ...  >>MORE

Saeed confident of more success

Posted on 13/11/2014

After having become the first Emirati to make it to the Pro Men Division finals where he finished a credible fourth, teenager Omeir Saeed is determined to carry on the good work in future international events. "It was a big achievement for me to make it to the finals with the best wakeboarders in the world. I want to do wakeboard professionally and compete at the international level and keep getting the same results,” Saeed told XPRESS. The 17-year-old first-year undergraduate at the American ...  >>MORE

Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair receives Innovator of the Year Award at Gulf Business Industry Awards 2014

Posted on 24/10/2014

AbdulAziz Al Ghurair, CEO of Mashreq Bank and Chairman of the U.A.E. Banks Federation, has received the Innovator of the Year Award at Gulf Business Industry Awards 2014. Previously, Al Ghurair was the recipient of the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award' at the inaugural Gulf Business Awards. The Gulf Business Awards recognise the very best achievements of individuals and companies across various categories from the region's most economically-important sectors, including banking, real estate and ...  >>MORE

C3 US-Arab Summit honours Emirati businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor

Posted on 10/10/2014

NEW YORK: The C3 US-Arab Summit has honoured Khalaf Al Habtoor, businessman, philanthropist, Founder and Chairman of the United Arab Emirates' Al Habtoor Group with its first Lifetime Achievement Award at the start of its annual one-day conference at the Union League Club in New York City. The Lifetime Achievement award was made in recognition of Al Habtoor's long-term contribution to regional peace and prosperity and support to building understanding between east and west. The award was ...  >>MORE

U.S. college archives named after U.A.E.’s Khalaf Al Habtoor

Posted on 08/10/2014

A private college in the US is naming its archives after U.A.E. businessman and philanthropist Khalaf Al Habtoor. Mr Al Habtoor donated Dh2.3million (US$600,000) to Illinois College in Jacksonville to create an archives for the private liberal-arts institution, as part of an initiative called ‘Preserve+Share+Produce', the college said on Tuesday. The initiative is funded in part by a Dh734,600 ($200,000) grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, a US government grant agency. Mr ...  >>MORE

Emirati brothers show social project initiative on the world stage

Posted on 29/09/2014

Following the former US president Bill Clinton and preceding Barack Obama on the same stage is no easy task. But the Emirati brothers Mohammed and Peyman Al Awadhi managed to hold their own at the Clinton Global Initiative's annual meeting last week. The pair of entrepreneurs, who developed the Wild Peeta Gourmet Shawarma restaurant and co-host the travel show Peeta Planet, moderated a panel in New York about how cities can become labs of innovation for economic activity and, sometimes, ...  >>MORE

U.A.E.’s Peeta Planet brothers to attend world development summit in NYC

Posted on 23/09/2014

Two globe-trotting Emirati brothers are representing the U.A.E. at a conference organised by the Clinton family in the US. Mohammed and Peyman Al Awadhi, the executive producers and co-hosts of the travel show Peeta Planet, are leading a panel at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York. More than 1,000 business, government, civil and philanthropic leaders are attending the meeting, which began on Sunday and ends tomorrow. The Al Awadhi brothers are leading the Cities as Labs ...  >>MORE

Emirati elected president of Toastmasters International

Posted on 02/09/2014

An Emirati has been elected International President of the Toastmasters International (TMI), a global organisation with more than 313,000 member in 126 countries. Muhammad Murad, 49, is the first Arab to head the non-profit group after he was named International President during the group's conference in Malaysia on August 23. Arriving back in Dubai from Kula Lumpur, the former police officer told Gulf News: "It's a privilege for me to represent my flag (the U.A.E.) on the international ...  >>MORE

Emirati student Hamad aims to spread hope to refugees through his camera lens

Posted on 12/07/2014

Emirati Hamad Al Kaabi is using the spirit of Ramadan to spread a message of hope in refugee camps. The university student is a keen volunteer with the Emirates Red Crescent charity, where he puts his photography skills to good use by taking pictures of the refugees. His most recent charity mission was last week to Erbil in Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq, where he also helped distribute Ramadan gift bags to them. The gift baskets included rice, oil, sugar and other necessary food stuffs. ...  >>MORE

Emirati filmmaker Mustafa Abbas on changes in the industry and bucking the trend

Posted on 15/06/2014

Mustafa Abbas's often dark, violent, psychologically tense movies have already helped him to stand out among the current crop of young Emirati filmmakers at the forefront of the U.A.E.'s growing industry. So, it's perhaps not surprising that my recent meeting with Abbas to discuss his work should be a little different from the norm. This marked the first time in my career that I'd been invited to a filmmaker's Downtown Dubai salon (Chivalry, in South Ridge Tower 1, incidentally), to undergo a ...  >>MORE

Eight-year-old Emirati child publishes book

Posted on 31/05/2014

The Emirates Writers Union, Abu Dhabi branch, will on Sunday evening host Ali Abdullah Hassan Al Ahbabi, the eight-year-old Emirati writer and painter. During the event, Ali will read his story, The Giraffe and the Dove, which was recently published with his own drawings that reflect his imaginative narrative. Abdullah Hassan Al Ahbabi, Ali's father, will also talk about his son's experience and the atmosphere surrounding him that lead to his creative work. During the celebration that is to ...  >>MORE

Happiness is a fine line for Emirati Million’s Poet winner

Posted on 23/05/2014

Emirati Saif Al Mansouri has described his happiness at being crowned the winner of the sixth series of Million's Poet and collecting the Dh5 million prize. He was handed the winning crimson flag, fringed in gold, from renowned poet Sheikh Nahyan bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the son of King Hamad of Bahrain, at Wednesday's final. Al Mansouri, 27, said his family was more excited than he was at his win. "My father's happiness was more important to me. He was ...  >>MORE

UAE's think-tank director wins Fondazione Mediterraneo's Mediterranean Award for Diplomacy 2014

Posted on 26/04/2014

Dr. Jamal Sanad Al-Suwaidi, Director-General of the Emirates Centre of Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR) has won the Fondazione Mediterraneo's Mediterranean Award for Diplomacy 2014, one of the most prestigious awards in the Euro-Mediterranean region, in recognition of his efforts to promote dialogue and knowledge-based diplomacy. Al-Suwaidi described the award as "a recognition of the efforts and contributions of U.A.E, under the leadership of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin ...  >>MORE

Comedian wants more Emiratis to spread laughs

Posted on 09/03/2014

Meet Shehab Al Awadi — an Emirati comedian who's pushing the boundaries in promoting performance art among the youth. While the field of comedy among Emiratis is relatively new and has only been picked up by local talent in the last two years, a great deal of work needs to be done as there are only a handful of people that do stand-up comedy in venues around the city. "There needs to be more representation from Emiratis, and we all have to work together as a society if we want home grown ...  >>MORE

Ali Al Saloom: Every expat's best friend in the UAE

Posted on 08/03/2014

Do you want to know how many camels there are in the UAE but have no clue where to look for an answer? Is it correct to take flowers to a funeral? Are you fuming because you were stood up for dinner by your Arab friend and want to know why you were treated so cavalierly*? A literature festival would seem an unlikely place to have such concerns addressed but then, the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature is like no other literary festival. Come Friday and you can have all these perplexing ...  >>MORE

Emirati star Hamdan Al Abri to perform at ADF with Herbie Hancock

Posted on 27/02/2014

The Emirati singer and songwriter Hamdan Al Abri will join the jazz legend Herbie Hancock in concert on March 21 at the Abu Dhabi Festival (ADF). "It's a huge moment in my career to be playing alongside a legend. I feel blessed and cannot wait to share the stage with Herbie Hancock,” said Al Abri, who will also participate in a live jam session at the education initiative The Space Sessions: Capital Vibes, at The Space, TwoFour54 on March 5 from 6pm to 9pm. The ADF begins on Sunday with its ...  >>MORE

Emirati man Jalal bin Thaneya begins 5,000km cycle challenge from Muscat to Jeddah for charity

Posted on 15/12/2013

Jalal bin Thaneya, a 27-year-old Emirati, Sunday begins a 5,000km cycling expedition across six Gulf countries in support of children with special needs. bin Thaneya's journey will take him across Oman, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. He begins the trip from Oman's capital, Muscat. bin Thaneya expects to be on the road for three to four weeks, barring any problems or delays while passing through isolated areas. According to bin Thaneya, his solo expedition, which he calls the ...  >>MORE

Emirati students invent foot-based navigation system for a car

Posted on 30/10/2013

Three Emirati students have invented a new system that allows a disabled person to drive a vehicle using the feet, saying the system is the first of its kind in the world. A US patent for the innovative foot-based vehicle navigation system has been secured and efforts are under way to get it patented from Japan, China and the European Union, said an official of the UAE University (UAEU). The system has been designed to enable people with upper torso disabilities to still be able to operate a ...  >>MORE

Emirati wins gold at British Invention Show

Posted on 28/10/2013

Dubbed the ‘Emirati [Thomas] Edison', inventor Ahmad Abdullah Majan has won six gold and bronze medals at the 13th annual British Invention Show for Design, Innovation & Technology in London. Majan, who competed against 400 people from across the world, won double gold for inventing a fox trap, double gold for an eagle trap, three silver medals for dog-training devices and a bronze for a device to protect fish. The retired Armed Forces officer is the first Emirati to participate in the show. ...  >>MORE

UAE poet Shihab Ghanem wins Poetry Award for Culture and Humanism

Posted on 28/10/2013

World Poetry Society Intercontinental (WPSI), headquartered in Chennai, India, has conferred the Poetry Award for Culture and Humanism on Emirati poet Dr. Shihab M Ghanem at the annual "Poets Meet" gathering in Chennai on Saturday, 26th of October. Dr. A. Padmanaban, former Governor of Mizoram State of India, presented Ghanem with the award which recognises his poetry and dedication to building cultural bridges between peoples of different nations through his translation of poetry written in ...  >>MORE

UAE's inventor invited to British Invention Show

Posted on 16/10/2013

The Higher Organising Committee for the 13th British Invention Show (BIS) has, for the first time, selected the UAE inventor, Ahmed Abdullah Majan, to compete for the coveted World Invention and British Invention of the Year Awards for his diverse great inventions and technological solutions. Majan was invited to present his amazing inventions and creations along with other 400 genius minds from across the globe. Majan welcomed his selection, saying that great ideas need exposure to potential ...  >>MORE

ENEC scholarship student helps to inspire award win at leading U.S. University

Posted on 02/09/2013

Pennsylvania: An Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) scholarship student has made a name for himself at one of America's top universities. Majed Al Maskri, who will graduate this summer from ENEC's "Energy Pioneers" scholarship programme to become a nuclear engineer, led a team who won first place in the Chair Award for the best Nuclear Engineering Design Project at the Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering Department of Penn State University. The annual competition is run in partnership ...  >>MORE

Emirati adventurer to tour world's deepest cave in Georgia in Support of UAE Down Syndrome Association

Posted on 25/08/2013

Emirati adventurer, Saeed Khamis Al Muammeri, is set to tour next week the world's deepest cave to highlight efforts of the UAE Down Syndrome Association, according to a statement issued by the Association and adventurer, following the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Sonia Ahmed Al Hashimi, Chairperson of the UAE Down Syndrome Association, appreciated the initiative of Emirati adventurer, Al Muammeri, in promoting the Society and service of those who suffer from the down ...  >>MORE

Emirati obtains Food Scientist Certification from International Food Policy Research Institute

Posted on 15/08/2013

The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has granted a World Food Certification to Yousef Al-Saadi, an employee at Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA). Al-Saadi is the first Emirati and the third specialist of foods in the Arab world, who got the General International Certificate in the areas of food science. The ADFCA has attributed this achievement to the interest of the Board of Directors, under the chairmanship of H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime ...  >>MORE

UAE has gone through its own steady and smooth 'Spring'

Posted on 03/07/2013

When I meet recent arrivals to the UAE, they often ask me how many years I have been here. When I say that I first arrived over 35 years ago, there's frequently a comment along the lines of "Oh, it must have changed a lot." Yes it has. But how and in what ways? To answer that question I typically tend to say that the transformation has been dramatic and peaceful. I leave it at that, apart from a caveat that I like most of the changes (though I do regret the loss of so much of what was once ...  >>MORE

Masdar graduate bags Emarat Al Youm prize

Posted on 26/06/2013

An Emirati man who has just graduated from Abu Dhabi-based Masdar Institute has been selected as "person of the month” by Dubai-based Emirat Alyoum Arabic language daily, which introduced the award in early 2012. Wael Al Muaini won the prize for May for his achievements in saving underground water resources by conserving surplus water during low-consumption periods in artesian wells, the paper said on Tuesday. "This is a real achievement amidst growing calls for rationalisation of water ...  >>MORE

Young Emirati inventor wins IT Marathon

Posted on 09/05/2013

Khalifa Ahmad Al Rumaithi, a 13-year-old Emirati student at Emirates National School Abu Dhabi, participated in the IT Marathon 2013 and won first place at the IT showcase contest, Adec announced on Wednesday. The IT Marathon, an annual competition for school students throughout the UAE, is organised by the College of Information Technology (CIT) at the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU). The young inventor said, "Dr Najla Al-Naqbi, E-learning Project Manager at Adec, contacted me and ...  >>MORE

Emirati's water collector obtains patent from UK

Posted on 09/05/2013

An Emirati entrepreneur has obtained a patent for his sea-borne water collector, a unique invention to collect airborne moisture that can be used to provide clean water to arid regions like the UAE without having to resort to desalination. Abdullah Al Shehi, a 31-year old inventor from Abu Dhabi, told Khaleej Times that this apparatus can collect airborne moisture, such as rainwater or dew, and can be adapted to float or rest on a body of water above the water level. "The cost involved with ...  >>MORE

RCA honours Emirati young inventor

Posted on 01/05/2013

The Red Crescent Authority (RCA) yesterday honoured nine-year-old Emirati Adeeb Al Balushi for his inventions which are designed to help the disabled. Al Balushi, at the ceremony at RCA headquarters, demonstrated his inventions which include a smart wheelchair equipped with a link to satellites, a voice-activated and GPS-linked device to help visually impaired persons to avoid obstacles such as water, light poles and stones. The youngster also invented a cleaning robot and a seat belt heart ...  >>MORE

Emirati filmmaker gets buzz for short film

Posted on 17/04/2013

The Emirati filmmaker Hassan Kiyany will soon discover whether his short film I See What You See has been shortlisted by a jury to appear on the website of the Tribeca Film Festival. The shortlist will be announced on April 26. Like all entrants, Kiyany used Twitter's new video-recording app Vine, which was launched in January and allows users to record a six-second movie. He had to meet the competition's criteria including choosing a specific genre plus telling a story with a defined ...  >>MORE

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Two Emirati explorers raise UAE Flag in Antarctica


Emirati cardiologist performs cardiac catheterisation using new device to protect kidneys from toxic contrast agents


Pride of UAE: Young Emirati scales Europe and Russia’s highest summit


Mohammed Al Thani raises UAE flag on Denali and conquers world’s Seven Summits


UAE's youngest Chef b's Emirati dishes get a French twist


Emirati Filmmaker Abdullah Ahmed wins the MoI Cinema Award


UN Goodwill Ambassador reward for UAE volunteer


Emirati boy, 9, becomes youngest winner of Sharjah volunteer award


Youngest Emirati author takes book fair by storm


Khalifa University Emirati student wins Microsoft Imagine Cup UAE


Emirati pilot becomes world’s youngest holder of aviation PhD


UAE national student saves robbed, injured woman in US


Saeed confident of more success


Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair receives Innovator of the Year Award at Gulf Business Industry Awards 2014


C3 US-Arab Summit honours Emirati businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor


U.S. college archives named after U.A.E.’s Khalaf Al Habtoor


Emirati brothers show social project initiative on the world stage


U.A.E.’s Peeta Planet brothers to attend world development summit in NYC


Emirati elected president of Toastmasters International


Emirati student Hamad aims to spread hope to refugees through his camera lens


Emirati filmmaker Mustafa Abbas on changes in the industry and bucking the trend


Eight-year-old Emirati child publishes book


Happiness is a fine line for Emirati Million’s Poet winner


UAE's think-tank director wins Fondazione Mediterraneo's Mediterranean Award for Diplomacy 2014


Comedian wants more Emiratis to spread laughs


Ali Al Saloom: Every expat's best friend in the UAE


Emirati star Hamdan Al Abri to perform at ADF with Herbie Hancock


Emirati man Jalal bin Thaneya begins 5,000km cycle challenge from Muscat to Jeddah for charity


Emirati students invent foot-based navigation system for a car


Emirati wins gold at British Invention Show


UAE poet Shihab Ghanem wins Poetry Award for Culture and Humanism


UAE's inventor invited to British Invention Show


ENEC scholarship student helps to inspire award win at leading U.S. University


Emirati adventurer to tour world's deepest cave in Georgia in Support of UAE Down Syndrome Association


Emirati obtains Food Scientist Certification from International Food Policy Research Institute


UAE has gone through its own steady and smooth 'Spring'


Masdar graduate bags Emarat Al Youm prize


Young Emirati inventor wins IT Marathon


Emirati's water collector obtains patent from UK


RCA honours Emirati young inventor


Emirati filmmaker gets buzz for short film