Industry Waste Treatment: Ato Chernet Kebede Part 2
BUTTERFLY WINGS INSPIRE NEW SOLAR AND STEALTH TECHNOLOGIES
The new solar cell structure essentially mimics the scales on blue Morpho Didius butterfly wings. The Morpho Didius butterfly’s wing has tiny cone-shaped nanostructures that scatter light to create metallic
A Smart T-Shirt Monitors Your Breathing Rate in Real Time
In Laval University, the experts of the Faculty of Science and Engineering and its Center for Optics, Photonics, and Lasers have made a smart T-shirt that can measure the rate of respiration in the wearer.
የአለም ሎሬት ፕሮፌሰር ገቢሳ ኤጀታ
የዓለም የምግብ ዋስትናን ለማረጋገጥ በሰሩት ሥራ በአለም መድረክ ስማቸውንና የሀገራቸውን ስም ያስጠሩ ፀኃፊ፣ አርታኢ፣ መምህር፣ አማካሪ እና ተመራማሪ የአለም ሎሬት ፕሮፌሰር ገቢሳ ኤጀታን ከረጅሙ የሂወት ጉዞአቸው በጥቂቱ ይዘንላቹ ቀርበናል፡
Chinese City Installs Automatic Pedestrian Gates to Prevent Jaywalking
Jaywalking has turned from a cultural problem to an epidemic in China, so much so that the practice has taken up a notorious nickname “Chinese-style street crossing.”
China makes 'flammable ice' breakthrough in South China Sea
The fuel-hungry country has been pursuing the energy source, located at the bottom of oceans and in Polar Regions, for nearly two decades.
Flying cars set for takeoff at Tokyo Olympics in 2020
Japan has taken a step closer to realizing its dream of launching flying cars in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, following investment from a major car company.
Lack of dust makes China's air pollution much worse
Airborne dust is normally seen as an environmental problem, but the lack of it is making air pollution over China considerably worse.
Could Genetics Influence What We Like to Eat?
Understanding the roles of genes in eating behaviors and food preferences could lead to personalized diets that are easier to follow
“Project Portal” – a hydrogen fuel cell system designed for heavy duty truck use.
Toyota is big on hydrogen. While other major manufacturers are not sure about this technology and are moving towards pure electric power, Toyota is still toying with the idea that cars could be making electricity for themselves
Science and Technology Minister Is Spending 67.5 Million For 21 Selected Projects!
After comparing 331 research projects the ministry selected 21 projects to assist financially.
CDH SURVEY Final.pdf
Doctorate holders are considered as a highly educated group of a society. Cognizant of the major roles doctorate holders are said to have, the Ethiopian Science and Technology Information Center (STIC) conducted the study on doctorate holders residing within Ethiopia irrespective of their citizenship. Accordingly, they are expected to contribute to knowledge based economic growth and diffusion of innovation. Their role in science and technology is also believed to be vital. The study is principally based on the UNESCO manual, “Mapping Careers and Mobility of Doctorate Holders of 2012”. The central objectives include collecting internationally comparable statistics on their demographic and educational characteristics, employment situation, international mobility and contribution to R&D in Ethiopia. The second objective is assessing interdependency or association among some of the variables in the study. The results of the study woud have several significances. They would benefit policy makers as baseline for policy formulation. They would also help to draw the picture on the current situation of doctorate holders in the country. The target population of the study was doctorate holders below age 70. It involved 908 doctorate holders.