Latifa Bint Mohammad inaugurates Sikka Art Fair 2018

Latifa Bint Mohammad inaugurates Sikka Art Fair 2018

Economy
[ad_1] Dubai: Shaikha Latifa Bint Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice Chairman of Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the Emirate’s dedicated entity for culture, arts and heritage, on Saturday inaugurated the eighth edition of Sikka Art Fair, which will run from 17 to 26 March 2018 at the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood as a flagship event of Dubai Art Season 2018. The Art Fair strengthens Dubai’s culture, heritage, arts and literature sectors with a rich series of new initiatives and partnerships.لطيفة بنت محمد بن راشد: معرض "سكة الفني 2018" هو المبادرة الأبرز ضمن موسم #دبي الفني وأكبر معرض معاصر في المنطقة.. وهو كذلك منصّة فريدة للمواهب الناشئة محلياً وخليجياً لعرض الجديد من أعمالهم. pic.twitter.com/MVKv1ZGcNh— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) March 17, 2018Shaikha Latifa commented: “In support of the Year of…
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Hundreds of Emirati jobseekers throng Careers UAE 2018

Hundreds of Emirati jobseekers throng Careers UAE 2018

Economy
[ad_1] Dubai: Hundreds of young Emirati jobseekers thronged the World Trade Centre on Tuesday for Careers UAE 2018.The three-day job fair, which enables UAE nationals to come face-to-face with recruiters and hiring managers, was inaugurated this morning (Tuesday) by Shaikh Mansour Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Higher Committee for the Protection of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.Recruiters and hiring managers from private and public organizations in banking, hospitality, real estate and education sectors will meet with candidates and discuss available jobs at the annual Careers UAE for the next three days.The 18th edition of the event, held under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai,  is being organised by the…
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SMC Bulletin: More earthquakes in 2018?

SMC Bulletin: More earthquakes in 2018?

Tech
[ad_1] Friday, 24 November 2017, 3:01 pmPress Release: Science Media Centre More earthquakes in 2018?A report makes headlines around the world, with scientists saying we could be set for more intense earthquakes from next year.The claim came from US geophysicists Roger Bilham and Rebecca Bendick, initially reported from a conference presentation last month. The Observer reported that periodic slowing of the Earth's rotation was linked to increased numbers of earthquakes magnitude 7 or greater.Bilham told The Observer that with a periodic slowdown due, from 2018 "we should see a significant increase in the number of severe earthquakes". It was those headlines that screamed around the world on Monday.However, New Zealand scientists were sceptical that the link was any more than correlation. In a statement, GNS Science said there wasn't enough…
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The real science behind the unreal predictions of major earthquakes in 2018

The real science behind the unreal predictions of major earthquakes in 2018

Travel
[ad_1] SARAH KAPLAN Last updated 18:54, November 22 2017 Rebecca Bendick would like you to not panic.The University of Montana geophysicist knows you may have read the articles warning about "swarms of devastating earthquakes" that will allegedly rock the planet next year thanks to a slowdown of the Earth's rotation.And she feels "very awful" if you've been alarmed. Those dire threats are based on Bendick's research into patterns that might predict earthquakes - but claims of an impending "earthquake boom" are mostly sensationalism. IVAN ROMANO Rescuers dig through the rubble during a search for two missing children in Casamicciola Terme, Italy, after a magnitude-4.0 earthquake struck in August. Here is what the science actually says.READ MORE:* More big earthquakes in 2018 as Earth slows slightly* How Earth's rotation speed might affect earthquakes* Strong earthquake…
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Apple’s HomePod Gets Delayed Until 2018

Apple’s HomePod Gets Delayed Until 2018

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[ad_1] Apple has reportedly delayed the release of its HomePod smart speaker until 2018. In a statement to The Verge, Apple says that it needs more time to work on the device. "We can't wait for people to experience HomePod, Apple's breakthrough wireless speaker for the home, but we need a little more time before it's ready for our customers," an Apple spokesperson said. "We'll start shipping in the U.S., UK and Australia in early 2018." From the report: The speaker was originally set to be released in December. Priced at $349, the HomePod is slated to take on higher-end sound systems like Sonos, as well as smart assistants like the Amazon Echo and Google Home. The cylindrical speaker features a seven-speaker array of tweeters, a four-inch subwoofer, and a…
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