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International collaboration leads to new industry academic win

In collaboration with the University of Leeds in United Kingdom, Aramco’s Exploration admin area introduces an additional innovative approach to postgraduate development in addition to its regular out-of-Kingdom Advanced Degree Program (ADP). “While Exploration is still benefiting from the ADP opportunity offered to the organization through Training and Development, additional…

Leading Artificial Intelligence

  A.I studies and Researches A recent study by Universities of Oxford and the Yale University shows that a 50 percent chance that artificial intelligence will outweigh human intelligence in all areas within 45 years and is expected to be able to take on all human functions within 120 years…

A FUTURE CIRCULAR COLLIDER

CERN’s existing particle accelerator, called the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), is the most powerful particle accelerator in the world. Located on the border between France and Switzerland, a hundred meters below the surface, between Geneva’s international airport and the nearby Jura mountains, the LHC’s circular tunnel has a circumference of…

UNCONSCIONABLE

Dr. He Jiankui made the announcement in November 2018 at an international conference on gene editing in Hong Kong. He claimed he had used a gene editing tool, CRISPRCas9, on the embryos of twin baby girls in order to make their offspring resistant to HIV. Crispr-Cas9 makes it possible to…

Mars Cube One

By sensing and studying its “vital signs” which lie below the surface – its “pulse” (seismology), “temperature” (heat flow), and “reflexes” (precision tracking). During the first few weeks NASA scientists say they will be extra cautious as anything unexpected will trigger a fault. Although considered routine, a fault causes the…

SEEING TITAN WITH INFRARED EYES

These six new infrared images of Saturn’s moon, Titan, just released by NASA represent some of the clearest, most seamless-looking global views of Titan’s surface produced so far. Six new views of Titan were created using 13 years of data acquired by the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) instrument…

GIANT SWIRLS ON THE SUN

A team of scientists led by the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research and the University of Göttingen has discovered planetary waves of vorticity on and inside the sun that are similar to those that significantly influence weather on earth. Rossby waves are a natural phenomenon in the earth’s atmosphere and oceans that…

QI IS THE KEY

Tai chi is rooted in multiple Asian traditions, including traditional Chinese philosophy and medicine. Its two central concepts are yin and yang (opposing yet complementary forces) and qi (vital  energy) When your “qi” flows freely, you are balanced and healthy. Tai chi promotes the flow of qi. While it is pronounced the same, qi should not be confused with…

HOW PROTEIN MARKERS IN BONES CAN BE USED TO IDENTIFY PEOPLE

In 2016, a team of researchers led by scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory developed a new biological identification method that exploits information encoded in proteins. At the time, they thought it could have multiple applications. Nearly two years later, they turned out to be right. In September 2016, Livermore scientists announced they had…