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September 14, 2020

The Caribbean

Caribbean Girls Hack and Restore a Sense of I Can (RSC) have collaborated with tech giant IBM for the 2nd annual IBM Z Day virtual conference. Starting at 4 pm today, the conference will take place over[...]

September 12, 2020

The Caribbean

Learning about the bio-economy in the Caribbean has been given a new fun and interactive twist in a free gamified course called Bio-economy World developed by the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation[...]

September 4, 2020

The Caribbean

Belizean scientist Emil Cherrington and his research team recently published a study on a project funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). In an article featuring Cherrington,[...]

August 31, 2020

The Caribbean

Happy Independence Day, Check out our roundup of some stories featuring individuals from Trinidad and Tobago.[...]

August 29, 2020

The Caribbean

Jamaican founder of SchoolToonz, David Martin, is proud of the outcome of a recent virtual summer camp that the organisation facilitated. Schooltoonz established the Schooltoonz Animation[...]

August 24, 2020

World

Wearable bioelectronics technology has recently experienced a breakthrough in precision and adaptability to the human skin and its characteristics. Cunjiang Yu, Associate Professor of Mechanical[...]

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The Caribbean

September 14, 2020

Caribbean Girls Hack and Restore a Sense of I Can (RSC) have collaborated with tech giant IBM for the 2nd annual IBM Z Day virtual conference. Starting at 4 pm today, the conference will take place over 24 hours and …

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The Caribbean

September 12, 2020

Learning about the bio-economy in the Caribbean has been given a new fun and interactive twist in a free...

The Caribbean

September 4, 2020

Belizean scientist Emil Cherrington and his research team recently published a study on a project funded...

The Caribbean

August 31, 2020

Happy Independence Day, Check out our roundup of some stories featuring individuals from Trinidad and Tobago....

The Caribbean

August 29, 2020

Jamaican founder of SchoolToonz, David Martin, is proud of the outcome of a recent virtual summer camp that the organisation facilitated. Schooltoonz established the Schooltoonz Animation Club to provide training and workshops in the Caribbean region. Due to the COVID-19...

The Caribbean

August 22, 2020

Following a recently signed agreement, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) will collaborate...

The Caribbean

August 15, 2020

DR. PATRICE JULIET PINDER, a Bahamian-born Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Educator...

The Caribbean

August 12, 2020

With an internet connection, there are often no limits on location when working in the tech space. This stands true for a group of 15 Guyanese students who are the first cohort of STEMGuyana’s recently...

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August 24, 2020

Wearable bioelectronics technology has recently experienced a breakthrough in precision and adaptability to the human skin and its characteristics. Cunjiang Yu, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Houston in the US, has led a team of researchers in developing

World

August 18, 2020

In a world filled with intriguing tech products, there is always one particular device that blows your...

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August 16, 2020

A boat known as the Energy Observer is being hailed as the first self-sufficient vessel that uses nature...

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August 7, 2020

Researchers from the University of Johannesburg in South Africa have discovered that when combined with carbon nanotubes and epoxy resin, the natural fibers found in plantains (inedible parts), have great...

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July 28, 2020

Of the many challenges around the world today, food wastage is among the most concerning. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, every year, the amount of food lost or wasted could feed approximately 2 billion …

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July 21, 2020

Good hygienic practice is one of the shortcomings across the world revealed by the COVID-19 pandemic....

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July 15, 2020

Apple has announced a new set of resources to help educators teach students how to code and develop apps....

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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...

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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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