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Biotechnology in Agriculture

Author: Ms. Salama Yousif Alhosani

Globally, 811 million people lack adequate food access, with 42 million people in 43 countries facing an immediate risk of famine, which is defined by intense hunger and a possibility for death from starvation or related diseases. Genetically modified (GM) crops have the potential to be strong complements to those grown using traditional methods, responding to worldwide need for high-quality food...

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Costal Erosion of Fujairah Emirates using Remote Sensing and GIS

Author: Balqees Alblooshi

Coastal erosion is a pressing issue that threatens the natural beauty, ecosystems, and communities in Fujairah Emirates. As a coastal region, Fujairah is particularly susceptible to erosion due to its exposure to sea-level rise, wave action, and various human activities. To effectively address this challenge, it is crucial to employ advanced technologies such as remote sensing and Geographic Infor...

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Using WRF Modeling for Advanced Weather Forecasting: The Key to Early Detection of Floods and Harsh Weather Conditions

Author: Engr. Simon Zerisenay Ghebremeskel

In the realm of meteorology, the advent of advanced modeling techniques, particularly the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model, has marked a significant leap in our ability to forecast weather with greater accuracy and granularity. This breakthrough is not merely a stride in scientific endeavor but has profound practical implications, especially in the realms of early flood detection and m...

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Oyster Reef Creation Program

Author: Maryam Alhefeiti

It is known that climate change and environmental problems impacts have affected our natural resources, mainly the marine ecosystem (marine water and habitat qualities) which caused biodiversity and environmental losses. Oyster reefs are very important for marine ecosystem stability. A collaboration between FRC, Dibba Bay, and Atlantis in the field of rehabilitation of marine ecosystems and achi...

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Pareto Principle serves as a powerful tool for efficiency and decision-making.

Author: Dr. Fouad Lamghari Ridouane

For scientists, spotting these key factors and using resources wisely can make their work more efficient. By focusing on what matters most, they can work smarter, be more productive, and get better outcomes! The 80/20 rule, also called the Pareto Principle, shows that 80% of results come from just 20% of reasons, this principle also encourages scientists to think about what's most important, he...

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