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July 13, 2020

The Caribbean

On Tuesday last week, Haiti Tech Summit started the first week of Haiti’s first and only national digital accelerator program with a full agenda. Haiti Tech Summit, an initiative of the Global Startup[...]

July 10, 2020

The Caribbean

Happy Independence Day Today the Bahamas is celebrating 47 years of independence. We’re joining the celebration by highlighting two stories we’ve published on Bahamians in STEM. Read the stories[...]

July 8, 2020

World

What comes to mind when you think of shadows? Besides being desirable for protection from the sun’s scorching rays, shadows are usually symbolic of darkness and fear. But they may one day be[...]

July 1, 2020

World

Cyclists are among the most vulnerable travelers on the road worldwide. In December of 2018, the World Health Organization launched the Global status report on road safety 2018.  This report states that[...]

June 27, 2020

The Caribbean

Many of us can’t deny that we love jamming to our favourite tunes for an occasional booster. By now, we’ve probably memorised enough lyrics that could fit a book. Dr. Christopher Emdin, a professor at[...]

June 24, 2020

World

JetBlue has launched a video series called JetBlue Jr. to educate and entertain children. Statista, an online database, ranks the company as the fifth largest domestic airline in the United States.[...]

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The Caribbean

July 13, 2020

On Tuesday last week, Haiti Tech Summit started the first week of Haiti’s first and only national digital accelerator program with a full agenda. Haiti Tech Summit, an initiative of the Global Startup Ecosystem (GSE), is an annual event that brings together entrepreneurs, investors, celebrities, and...

The Caribbean

July 10, 2020

Happy Independence Day Today the Bahamas is celebrating 47 years of independence. We’re joining...

The Caribbean

June 27, 2020

Many of us can’t deny that we love jamming to our favourite tunes for an occasional booster. By now,...

The Caribbean

June 23, 2020

Happy International Women in Engineering Day (INWED)! Today we’re joining the rest of the world to celebrate women in engineering. This year marks the seventh year of this annual campaign launched...

The Caribbean

June 16, 2020

Schooltoonz, a Caribbean organisation founded by entrepreneur David Martin, has established the Schooltoonz Animation Club, which provides training and workshops in the Caribbean region. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organisation is making the club’s activities and training digital for …

The Caribbean

June 1, 2020

26-year-old entrepreneur, Ramon Quan Chan, is the proud Founder and CEO of CHOEWZ, a tech start-up in...

The Caribbean

May 29, 2020

History-making engineer, Dr. Malika Grayson, has been chosen as 1 of 27 Cornell University alumnae to...

The Caribbean

May 26, 2020

Happy Independence Day Below we’ve compiled some articles highlighting Guyanese organisations and individuals in STEM. Have a read!...

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July 8, 2020

What comes to mind when you think of shadows? Besides being desirable for protection from the sun’s scorching rays, shadows are usually symbolic of darkness and fear. But they may one day be greatly valued considering the recent research done by researchers …

World

July 1, 2020

Cyclists are among the most vulnerable travelers on the road worldwide. In December of 2018, the World...

World

June 24, 2020

JetBlue has launched a video series called JetBlue Jr. to educate and entertain children. Statista,...

World

June 18, 2020

A device known as the Norimaki Synthesizer could ultimately replace the expression, “I could almost taste it,” with “I can taste it.” In Tokyo, Japan, a team of scientists, led by professor Dr. Homei Miyashita...

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June 15, 2020

Engineers at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom partnered with the domestic appliance company, Beko, and trained a robot to make an omelette. Using techniques learnt through machine learning, the robot can complete the entire process from cracking the egg to …

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June 13, 2020

A team of engineers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has designed a non-slip, coating...

World

June 10, 2020

The US-based company, SpaceX, is aiming to introduce the world’s most advanced broadband internet...

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June 8, 2020

A new state of matter, referred to as self-induced spin glass, has been discovered by physicists at Radboud University in the Netherlands, and Uppsala University and Örebro University in Sweden. This state...

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Multiple reports have documented the devastation and tragedies which resulted from Hurricane Dorian's ravaging path through the Bahamas. We've made a list of ways to donate and support the relief efforts.

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